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1983SAYAKINI 

Volume 54 

CATAWBA COLLEGE 
SALISBURY, NORTH CAROLINA 

Co-Editors: 

JILL MARIE FINK 

BEVERLY SUE PRICE 



CATAWBA COLLEGE LIBRARY 

Salisbury, North Carolina 28144 




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DEDICATION 




DR. BRUCE GRIFFITH 

Many people contend that one's desire to learn must come from 
within. This is not always true. A student may never be a scholar, 
but one who is has been shaped into becoming one. Those stu- 
dents who have been encouraged and inspired by enthusiasm and 
wisdom owe gratitude to a special group of people: their profes- 
sors. 

One man of knowledge and taleni who has taught and inspired 
many is Dr. Bruce Griffith. For your ability and application of experi- 
ence, we thank and respect you. 



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MEMORIAL 




MR. PETER COOPER 



God doesn't gamble! 

There are no dice in Heaven. 

A giant dove delivers the message. 

The silk is soft and white. 

It is tied to the dove's leg 

With a strand of Aphrodite's hair. 

When the dove reaches home 

The tender scroll is unrolled. 

As writings touch wind, the act is performed. 

Tears fall by box. 

But, boxes hold only a vehicle of being. 

The being we loved follows doves 

To the 

Total 

Calm 

Of 

Paradise. 



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FACULTY 




Dr. Stephen H. Wurster 



President of Catawba College 



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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 




Dr. Jesse McCartney 
Vice-President for Planning and Administration 



Dr. Robert Knott 
Vice-President for Academic Affairs 





James Barrett 
Vice-President for Institutional Advancement 



Larry Elliott 
Vice-President for Finance and Budget 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




David Setzer — Executive Assistant to the President and Director of Public Alvin Carter — Assistant Vice-President for Finance and Administration 

Relations 



Oneida Lloyd — 

Administrative 

Assistant to 

Vice-President for 

Academic Affairs 



E. Eloise Peeler — 

Administrative 

Assistant to the 

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Shirley Rhinehart and Ruby Barringer-Bursar and 
Assistant Bursar 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Nancy South — Secretary in Institutional Advancement Office 



Carolyn Stratton — Secretary to Student Services Offices 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Barbara Hill — Director of Financial Aid 



Ann Shaughnessy — Assistant to Director of Financial Aid 




Above: Eleanor yames and Patricia Powlas — Computer Center 

Staff 
Right: Evelyn Lowman — Supervisor of Computer Center Services 






ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




William Hall — Director of Athletic and Scholarship Resource Development 



Harvey Stratton — Director of Athletics 




Harold Higgins — Admissions Athletic Coordinator 



Brian Morrison — Assistant Director of Athletics and Sports 
Information 




Arlene Schenk — Secretary to Health and Phys. Ed. Dept., and 
Athletic Dept. 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 





Judy Sanford — Secretary to Institutional Advancement 



Alan Meredith — Director of Annual Giving 




Mary Ann Green — Director of Public Information and Publications 




Susan Stebbins — Director of Alumni and Parent Relations 



Lilian Hicks — Director of Prospect Research 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 





Susan Brinkley — Secretary to Institutional Advancement Office 



Judy Brady — Coordinator of Program for Adult Continuing Education 




Carol Morgan — Secretary to PACE 



Evelyn Joslin — Secretary of Alumni Records 




Carolyn Peeler — Secretary to Institutional Advancement Office 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Zelda Ponder — Manager of Admissions Office Personnel and Systems 





Frank Jackson — Assistant to the Director of Career Planning and 
Placement 




Frances Adams — Secretary to Director of Admissions and 
Enrollment Planning 



Pamela Foxx — Director of Admissions and Enrollment Planning 



Admissions Counselors: Herb Arnold, Pam Evans, Leigh Ann Brittain, Lou 

Ann Wilson and Pam Foxx 




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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




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Laura Smith — Switchboard Operator and Secretary to Admissions 
Office 




Betty Smith — Secretary to the Career Planning & Placement and 
Psychology Departments 





Dr. M.M. Richards — Director of Career Planning & Placement and Registrar 




Terrie Vail — Secretary to the Dean of Academic Services and SDIP 
Coordinator 



Dr. Gerald Honaker — Dean of Academic Services and SDIP Coordinator 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Gayle Gray — Secretary to Drama Department and Manager of College - 
Community Center 



Robert Weidner — Director of the College — Community 
Center 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Warren Klawiter — Dean of Student Services and Hap Welty - 
Assistant to Dean of Student Services 



Mary Emma Knox — Director of Residences 




John Thomason Superintendent of Building and 
Grounds 



Brenda Mcintosh — Secretary to the Dean of Student Services 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 





Annie Bates. Sandy Erik, Louise Crowther, Louise Pring — Business Office 






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Nancy Trexler — Secretary to Commerce Department and the Faculty 



Sandra Roseman — Secretary to the Education and Sociology 
Departments 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Hap Welty — Head Resident — S-R 



Robert Roper — Head Resident — Abernethy 




Gloria Shinn — Head Resident — Woodson 



Doris Coates — Head Resident — North 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Cathy Shue — ARA Services — Bookstore 



Noel Freeman (left) and Lou Ann Crawford — ARA Food Service 



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LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Betty Sell — Librarian 



Jacquelyn Sims 



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Margaret Cartner 



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Evelina Tseng 




Frances Wentz 



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FACULTY 





Ms. Dayna Anderson — Drama 



Dr. Paul Baker — Computer Science 





Mr. Thomas Bonebrake — Commerce 



Dr. Jay Buxton — Biology 




Dr. Michael Baranski — Biology 



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FACULTY 




Mr. Glenn Deal — Chemistry (above). Dr. Francis Dedmond — English. 
Co-Chairman (left) 



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Mr. Roy Derting — Commerce, Acting Chairman 



Dr. Wendell Detty — Chemistry, Chairman 



FACULTY 





Dr. Sophie Flshel — Education 




Mrs. Janice Fuller — English 



Ms. Sherry Free — Social Work 



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FACULTY 




Mr. William Gibbons — Math 



Ms. Susan Gibbs — Biology 



Dr. Bruce Griffith — History — Chairman 




Dr. Karl Hales — Speech 



Mr. Ronald Hall — History 



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FACULTY 




Mr. Robert Hartsell — Social Work 



Dr. Paul Helm — Religion 



Dr. Gerald Honaker — Drama 









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Dr. Waller Hood — Art 



Dr. Janet Home — Drama, Speech 



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FACULTY 




Mr. Jeffrey Hal Jimison — Music 



Mr. Robert Hoyle — Physics 



Dr. Jayme Kaniss 
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Mr. Kevin Hoyle — Psychology 




Ms. Dee Dee Joyce — Anthropology 



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Dr. Lou Ann Kasias — Education 



Mr. Jack Keeter — Math 




Dr. Daniel Kirk — Biology 



Dr. Robert Knott — Philosophy 




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Dr. Jesse McCartney — Language 



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Mr. Legare Mcintosh — Music, Chairman 



Dr. Hoyt McCachren — Drama, Chairman 




Ms. Jodi Manning — Physical Education 




Dr. Douglas Meyer — Music 



Dr. Frank Meyer — Physical Education, 
Chairman 



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FACULTY 




Dr, William Palmer — Education, Chairman 



Mr. James Parker — Drama 



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FACULTY 




Dr. Albert Roberts — Psychology, Chairman 



Dr. Shirley Ritchie — Education 



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FACULTY 




Mr. Steve Shaughnessy — Physical Education 



Dr. Sanford Silverburg — Political Science, 
Chairman 



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Salisbury, North Carolina 28144 



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FACULTY 




Dr. S.C. Tseng — Commerce 





Dr. Charles Turney — English 



Dr. Andy Vance — English and Commerce 



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FACULTY 




Dr. Millard Wilson — Commerce 



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STUDENT LIFE 



May Queen 
Miss Kathy Clark 




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Mary Battista 
Senior Representative 



Julie Honeycutt 
Senior Representative 






Susan Bacon 
Senior Representative 




Julia Chwalik 
Junior Representative 




Jill Fink 
Junior Representative 



Ginger Stodard 
Junior Representative 



Cathy Boon 
Sophomore Representative 



Lynne Dedmon 
Sophomore Representative 



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Marcie Webber 
Sophomore Representative 



Patti Jeu De Vine 
Freshman Representative 




Haley Lowry 
Freshman Representative 



Susan McRee 
Freshman Representative 




Carmen Gonzalez 
Maid of Honor 




White pole, 

Paper streamers, 

Trembling hands, 

Cautious smiles. 

Tiny steps in private circles. 

Beauty parade. 

Sparkling pride from daddy's weary old eyes. 

His little girl gone. 

Now, 

A queen. 



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TEE PEE LOUNGE 




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Quiet and cold. 

A circle of chairs mounted with 

Legs upright on shadowed tables. 

Lock and key! 

Past! 

Now, 

Sweet guitar and mellow hymns combine. 

A room once ignored now lives 

With laughter and melody. 

Peace of mind 

Instead of peace and quiet. 



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PARTY 



No tired eyes. 

No hidden yawns. 

No signs of slumber. 

Only fringe and frolicking. 

B.V.D.'sand booze. 

One-eyed bear lays forgotten in glasses of 

ale. 
The shuffle and scrape of slippers 
On a sticky floor is hushed. 
As inflated heads meet both familiar and 
Strange feathers. 




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WINTER WONDERLAND 




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Glistening, calling, 

Luring us out of the shelters 

Of class and home 

To play and romp 

In the fragile masterpiece 

Enveloping the land. 

Delicate shavings 

Teasing our eyes — 

Disappearing into 

The brilliant span — 

Visiting long enough 

To only begin 

To be welcomed. 



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HOMECOMING 1982 




Susan Bacon and Jill Fink — Senior Class 



HOMECOMING QUEEN 
Ginger Stodard 




Annette Timberlake — North Hall; Bev Price — Zartman 
Hall; Wendi Nelson — North Hall 



Heidi Ludwig and Kim Cropper — Senior Class 



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Diane Beck — Foil House and SR-C; Sherry Sherrill 
Duplex and Pine Knot; Rhonda Colclough-Newton - 
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Cathy Boon — Abernethy 3&4 




Sue Holtzapple — Woodson: Amy Kilbourne - 
Abernethy 1&2; Patti Shine — Woodson 



Carrie Poole — Day Students; Lisa Simon — SR-D&E; 
Doris Helper — Day Students 



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TALENT SHOW 




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the party. No matter what it looks like, it's still okay at Catawba. As 
a matter of fact, you may be the hit of the party! Here everyone 
wears an outrageous hat. Whatever the hat or personality, 
everyone had a blast. 



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HALLOWEEN DANCE 




The lobby was the home for the 

insane on Halloween. Each person 

became what he only fantasized 

about earlier. These foggy-minded 

adults took on their true 

personalities. Everyone was at the 

party, from Charles Lindburg to 

M&M's. That just goes to show what 

a little education can do. 




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CLASSES 



SENIOR CANDIDS 





"To golf or not to golf" Doug Northcutt 



Amy McCachren 




Randy Hart, Melissa Rowe. and Mark Hi I 



"Execution Suppressed due to severity of errors" Kim Vinoski 



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Blanche Jamison, Vanessa Leak, and Fredencka Anderson 



Brian Church 



SENIOR CANDIDS 



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John Nalesnik, Pat Price. Jeff Strang and Jay Gerish 




Steve Jones and Dave Fawcett — "Catching a Buzz" 



Darlene Jones and Bernard Cheeks 




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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Marilee Powell with Keith Darwin 




Bev Price 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Ginger Stodard, Dr. Roberts and Jean Brown 



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Amy Padgett with John Hallaman 



Cal Cary with Julie Schweig 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Jennifer Wilhelm and Scott Schuler 



Kim Cropper with Marcie Webber and Beth Rohrbaugh 




Dallas St. Mary, Brenda Liebler and friends 



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Julia Grimes and Kim Vazzana 




Linda Bowers 





Dave Hinkel with Chris Griffith 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 





Sitting: Ellen Gibson and Elaine Watt. Standing: Carol Joyce, Teresa 
Weddington, Elizabeth Hooks, Emilia Johnson and Jackie Cross 



Simone Grant 




Meredith Gordon with Chris Lay 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 








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Teresa Brady — Salome's harem 




Cindy Hall 



'I can fly!" Kathy Boardman 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 





Linda Kesler (far right) and friends 



Lisa Sheppard and James Crumel 




Janet Peeler (left) with Jim Peeler and Noel Mclnerney 



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Joan Meehan and Marilee Powell — "It's still a mystery.' 

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Brent Martin 




John Jerrehian with Dave Parker and Mike Greene 



Todd McAllister with Tammy 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Leigh Hodges with Chris Allred 



Chris Ervin 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Howard Esquirol and friends 




Kimberlie Kroh 

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Jean Basham 



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Randy Hart, Mark Hill. Todd Leonard, and Mike Rodriguez 




Ken Mahnken 



Sissy Crowell and friends 



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Phil Johnston (center) with Danny Shutt, Monty McLachlan, Ed Fowler and Mark Simpson 




F. Ama-Nuncio Nyanplu-Sebo 

SENIOR CANDIDS 



Annette Timberlake 



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SENIOR 
CANDIDS 



Twin Scoops and Simone 




Sandy Wilson, Fredericka Anderson, and Cynthia Clark 
"Senior Syndrome" 



Rose Cox and friends 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Sandra Parker 



Chris Elkins and friends 



Teresa Kellam 




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SENIOR 
CANDIDS 







Sandra Bennett with Mark Lane 





Cleveland McCrae 



Bill Ingram 



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Joseph Michael Abernethy. Jr. 



Newton, NC 
BUAD ECON 

Christopher Edward Allred 

Lexington. NC 
BUAD 

Fredericka Letita Anderson 

Washington, DC 
Biology 



Ronald L. Arant 

Kings Mm . NC 
BUAD 

Alan Lee Armour 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD 

Susan Lee Bacon 

Kingston. MA 
BUAD 




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SENIORS 




Officers: Jill Fink, Secretary; Elizabeth Weant. Treasurer: Jennifer 
Wilhelm. President; Ginger Stodard. Vice-President. 



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Paula Jean Basham 

Greensboro. NC 
BUAD 

Sandra Luann Bennett 

Lexington. NC 

Math Computer Science 

Craig Pearson Bergmann 

Si/ver Spring, MD 
BUAD Accounting 



Katherine Anne Boardman 

Athens GA 
Drama 

Melvin Leland Bobo 

Salisbury. MD 
BUAD Economics 

Ellen Anne Borstell 

Hauppauge. NY 
Elementary Ed 



Linda Diane Bowers 

Wmston-Salem. NC 
BUAD Biology 

Teresa Ann Brady 

Robbins. NC 
Theatre Arts 

Ann Brlggs 

Salisbury. NC 
French 



Sandra Graves Briggs 

Salisbury. NC 
Social Work 

David Bruce Brown 

Thousand Oaks, CA 
BUAD 

Jean Frances Brown 

Hickory, NC 
Psychology 



SENIORS 



Larry Donnell Brown 

Charlotte. NC 
Recreation 

Edwin Harold Capps 

Burlington, NC 
Phys. Ed. 

James Henry Carmichael 

Salisbury. NC 
Biology 



William Corwin Carmichael 

Huntersville. NC 
BUAD 

Calvin J. Cary 

Plantation. FL 
BUAD 

William Bernard Cheeks 

Penns Grove, NJ 
BUAD 



Brian Lindley Church 

Westlteld, NJ 
Speech Communications 



Cynthia Whitley Clark 

Lexington, NC 
Biology 




SENIORS 



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Gary Todd-Clawson 

Hudson. NC 
BUAD 

John B. Coatta, Jr. 

Minnetonka, MN 
Phys. Ed. 

Ricky Milford Cockman 

Randleman. NC 
Phys. Ed 



Terri Denise Cowan 

Sterling. VA 
French 

Rose Mary Cox 

Ramseur, NC 
Sociology Social Work 

Julia Adams Cranford 

Troy. NC 
Elementary Ed. 



Kim Paige Cropper 

Berlin. MD 

Business Communication 



Jackie Ann Cross 

China Grove. NC 

Early Childhood EdSpec. Ed. 



SENIORS 



Elizabeth Johnstone Crowell 

Mocksville. NC 

Psychology 

Kelly Elaine Delahunty 

Pineville. NC 
BUAD Biology 

Gary A. Dowell 

Winston-Salem. NC 
BUAD 



Gregory Stewart Dyson 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD 

Christina Stella Elkins 

Lexington. NC 
Elementary Ed 

Christopher Byron Ervin 

Mooresville. NC 
Accounting Comp Sci. 



Howard John Esquirol 

Milford. CT 
Psychology 

David Lee Fawcett 

W. Hollywood. FL 
Chemistry 

Jill Marie Fink 

Concord. NC 
Elementary Ed. 



Thomas H. Fleetwood 

Cherry Hill. NJ 
BUAD 

Allen S. Frantz 

Chambersburg, PA 
BUAD 

Jay M. Gerish 

Fairfield. NJ 
BUAD 




SENIORS 



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Lynne Meredith Gordon 

Wilmington, DE 

Pub Relations in Instit Serv. 

William Graham 

Dunn, NC 
Political Science 

Patrice Simone Grant 

Salisbury, NC 
Drama Speecn 



Michael Andrew Greene 

Thomasville. NC 
Public Admin. Poll. Sci. 

Julia Elizabeth Grimes 

Claremont. NC 
English 

Pamela Jo Gurganus 

Robersonville. NC 
BUAD 



Cynthia L. Hall 

Salisbury, NC 
Sociology Social Work 

Randal William Hart 

Fairview, NC 
BUAD 

Kristin Hershey 

Williamsport, MD 
Psychology 



SENIORS 



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Daniel Stratton Hill 

West Hartford, CT 

BUAD 



Mark Anthony Hill 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD 



J. David Hinkel 

Kutztown. PA 
Phys. Ed. 

William Curtis Hinson 

latum. SC 
Recreation 

Leigh Hodges 

Morganton. NC 
Elementary Ed 



Christopher Lee Holshouser 

Faith, NC 
Chemistry 

Sue K. Holtzapple 

Prospect. KY 
Ther. Ftec. 

Elizabeth B. Hooks 

Mocksville. NC 
Elementary Ed 




SENIORS 



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Calvin Edward Hudgins, Jr. 

Charlotte. NC 
Phys. Ed. 

Martin Creighton Huguley 

Tenafly. NC 
Economics 

Deborah Ann Hullender 

Kings Mm., NC 
Speech 



AnnaCamilleHutchins 

Columbia, SC 
Speech 

Walter Lee James 

Jacksonville. NC 
Drama 

Blanche E.Jamison 

Port Norris. NJ 



John W. Jerrehlan 

Malvern, PA 



Emilia Johnson 
Spencer. NC 
Education 



SENIORS 



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Carrie Renae Jones 

Advance. NC 
Bern & Interm Ed 

Darlene Regina Jones 

Hubert. NC 
Corrective Therapy 

Julie Elizabeth Jones 

Fort Myers. FL 
BUAD 



Steven Hilton Jones 

Fort Myers. FL 
BUAD 

Thomas R. Jones 

Cedar Knolls. NJ 
BUAD 

Carol Harris Joyce 

Salisbury. NC 
Elementary Ed. 



Teresa Ann Kellam 

Madison. NC 

Soc. Social Work 

Linda F. Kesler 

Salisbury. NC 
Drama BUAD 

Cathy Ann King 

E Spencer. NC 

BUAD 



Steven C. Kinney 

Randleman. NC 
BUAD Economics 

Marsha Jolley Kirk 

Mt. Pleasant. NC 

Performing Arts 

Deborah Sheffield Kluttz 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD 




SENIORS 



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Kimberlie Lyn Kroh 

Pitman, NJ 
BUAD 

Vanessa Gaye Leak 

Thomasville. NC 
Speech 

Samuel Todd Leonard 

Lexington. NC 
BUAD 



Brenda Ann Liebler 

Woodstock. CT 
BUAD 



Walter Lindsey 

Lexington, NC 
BUAD 



Samuel Patrick Lynch 

Matthews, NC 

BUAD 

Todd McAlister 

Richfield NC 
Chemistry 

Cleveland McCrae 

Smithfield. NC 
BUAD 



SENIORS 



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Nancy Brandon McKenzie 

Salisbury, NC 
BUAD 

Kenneth Michael Mahnken 

Selden. NY 

BUAD 

Shari Jeanne Marshall 

Paoli. PA 
Speech Poli. Set. 



John Andrew Marston 

Charlotte. NC 

BUAD 



Paul Brent Martin 

Winston-Salem. NC 
Chemistry 



Kimberly K. Mason 

Salisbury. NC 
Elementary Ed 

Joan Marie Meehan 

Bayville. NJ 
Drama 

David L. Messick 

Newport News. VA 
Drama 




SENIORS 



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Charles R. Myers 

Rockwell, NC 
Chemistry 

John A. Nalesnik 

Fairfield. NJ 
BUAD 

Yvonne Marie Nix 
Charlotte, NC 
Social Work Soc. 



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Douglas Wingfield Northcutt 

Raleigh, NC 
English 




F.N. Ama-Nyanplu Sebo 

Monrovia. Liberia 
Soc Work Rel. Phil. 



Amy Lea Padgett 

Cleveland. NC 
Soc. Social Work 

Janet Elaine Palacio 

Jacksonville, FL 
Early Childhood Ed. 

Sandra Camille Parker 

Wilkesboro. NC 
English 



SENIORS 



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Jeffrey David Pearson 

Rochester. NH 
BUAD 

Janet Cranson Peeler 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD Psychology 

Timothy Howard Pless 

Salisbury. NC 
Phys Ed. 



John Chester Powell 

Reedsville, PA 
BUAD 

William Charles Powell, Jr. 

Va. Beach. VA 
BUAD 

Beverly S. Price 

Hickory. NC 
History 



Patrick Stephen Price 

Miami. FL 
BUAD Economics 

Charles Andrew Putzel 

Salisbury. NC 
Poll. Sci. BUAD 

Paul T. Quinn 

Salisbury. NC 
Poll Sci Pub Admin. 



David Harris Reed 

Lorettsville. VA 
Phys. Ed 

Andrea Sue Reitzel 

Newton. NC 
Public Rec 

Robert Lee Ridenhour, Jr. 

Concord. NC 
Biology 




SENIORS 



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Terrill Scott Robinson 
Heathsville. VA 
Chemistry 

Michael Richard Rodriguez 

Bayville. NJ 

BUAD 

Melissa Paige Rowe 

Pittsburg, PA 
BUAD 



Richard M. Royal. Jr. 
Greensboro. NC 
Psychology 

Dallas Susan St. Mary 

Miami. PL 
Psychology 

Scott Charles Schuler 

Winston-Salem. NC 
BUAD 




SENIORS 



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Cynthia Gail Scott 

Mocksville. NC 
Psych. Spec. Ed. 



Lisa Annette Sheppard 



Williamston, NC 

BUAD 



Patti Ann Shine 

Wilmington. DE 
BUAD 

Steven James Shuping 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD 

Danny Ray Shutt 

Pleasant Garden. NC 
Computer Science 



Howard Ray Simmons 

Linville. VA 
BUAD 

Patrick H. Smith 

Concord. NC 
Geology 

Peter A. Sprague 

S Pasedena. FL 
Accounting 




SENIORS 



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Ginger N. Stodard 

Milwaukee. Wl 
Psychology 



Jeffrey Robert Strang 

Unvjood, NJ 
BUAD Economics 



Paula L. Suttle 

Dobson, NC 
Political Science 

Annette C. Timberlake 

Durham. NC 
Drama 

Robert Donald VanNoy 

Brentwood. NY 
BUAD 



Kimberly A. Vazzana 

Lynnfield. MS 
Political Science 

Kimberly Marie Vinoski 

Salisbury. NC 
Math Comp. Sci. 

Jill Anne Waddell 

Pittsburg. PA 
Ther. Rec. 



SENIORS 



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Robyn Drumm Wargo 



Newton. PA 
BUAD 



Dexter A. Waters 

LaGrange. NC 
Social Work 

Joseph A. Watson 

Woodleaf, NC 
BUAD 



Wanda Elaine Watt 

Troutman. NC 
Elementary Ed 

Elizabeth Dianne Weant 

Concord. NC 
Elementary Ed 

Lee Ann Webb 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD 




SENIORS 



102 




Bobbie Safley Weddington 

Salisbury. NC 
Elementary Ed 

Dorothy Osborne Wells 

Hamptonville, NC 
Music Ed 

Jennifer Lynn Wilhelm 

Charlotte. NC 

Social Work Sociology 



Mitchell Edwards Williams 

Durham, NC 
BUAD 

Sandy Lynne Wilson 

Baltimore, MD 
Biology 

GaryWillardZeller 
Mocksville, NC 
Chemistry 



SENIORS 



103 



JUNIORS 




Kimberly J. Alexander 

Mercersburg, PA 

Todd S. Armstrong 

Gastonia, NC 

Robin Elaine Ashe 

Greenville, SC 



Nicole A. Atkins 

Gibson Island, MD 

Benjamin N. Banks 
Salisbury, NC 

Joe Edward Barbee, Jr. 

Woodleaf, NC 




JUNIORS 



104 




David M. Beach 

Raleigh. NC 

Laura Olivia Beach 
Asheboro. NC 

Charles A. Beatty 

Charlotte, NC 



Diane M. Beck 

Mt- Laurel. NJ 

Donita Darlene Beck 

Dallas. NC 
Ann Bobo 

Salisbury. MD 



John Francis Bolton 

Randolph. NJ 

Catherine Maye Boon 

Burlington, NC 

Martin Andrew Brown 

North Wilksboro. NC 



Philip Jeffrey Bruce 

Bkm. NC 

Susanna Maria Burleson 

Asheboro, NC 

Laura E. Butterworth 

Asheville, NC 



Kevin Douglas Carlton 

Georgetown, KY 

Jennifer Dean Carpenter 

Salisbury, NC 

Michael Allen Carrick 

Thomasville. NC 



JUNIORS 



105 



Kimberly Sue Charrot 

Palmyra, PA 

Gregory Civers 

Durham. NC 

Rhonda Colclough 

Haddonfield. NJ 



John Dodge Cook 

Springfield. VA 

Anne Marsh Cooper 

Salisbury. NC 

Guy Johnson Cornatzer 

Advance. NC 



John Harvey Corriher 

Salisbury. NC 



George W. Corson 

Miami. FL 



Nicholas Anthony Costino 
Annadale. VA 




106 




Angela Teresa Coulter 

Newton, NC 

Debbie L Craddock 

Walnut Cove. NC 

Angela Rae Crayton 

Stanfield. NC 



Thomas Vincent Crosby 

Drexel, NC 

James L. Crumel 

East Orange, NJ 

Michael James Cutter 

Milan, IN 



Richard Keith Darwin 

Morganton, NC 



Laverne DeJoyrnette 

Pelham. NC 



John J. Dinicola 

Bayvllle. NJ 



JUNIORS 



107 



Richard James Drake 

Oakdale. NY 



Dietra Elaine Dulin 
Mocksville, NC 



Paul P. Dziomba 

Audubon. NJ 



Bradd P. Eldridge 

Goshen. IN 

Rachel Elizabeth Engler 
Meadsville. PA 

Pam I. Finney 

Thomasville. NC 



Daren Clinard Fuller 
Thomasville. NC 

Christopher Delane Gardner 

KannapolfS. NC 

David Brett Garland 

Statesville. NC 




108 




Gloria Jean Gines 

Herndon, VA 

Joseph Anthony Givnta, Jr. 

Vero Beach. FL 

Cynthia Marie Gormley 

Gettysburg, PA 



Glenda Kaye Graham 

Kannapolis. NC 

Charlene Patricia Gray 

Salisbury, NC 

Edwina Eugenia Gray 

Salisbury. NC 



Marion Jerenette Greene 

Troy, NC 

Chris Griffith 

Newtleld. NJ 

Twyla Elizabeth Hall 

Woodleal. NC 



Edwin Cliburn Hamlin 

Eden. NC 

Bentley Terrell Harwell 
Statesville, NC 

Cheryl Dawn Henrickson 

Salisbury, NC 



Angela K.Hill 
Knoxville, TN 

Charles H. Hillary 

Miami, FL 

James Harold Holmes, Jr. 

Ramseur, NC 



JUNIORS 



109 



Marcia Elaine Hoover 

Thomasville. NC 



Cynthia A. Hosch 

Cooleemee, NC 



Tanya Yvonne Huffines 

Burlington. NC 

Kimberly Lynn Hughson 

Cincinnati. OH 

Peter S. lossi 

Arlington. VA 



Anthony Craig Johnson 

Bon College. NC 

Keven Lanette Snider 

Salisbury, NC 

Glen Adam Kallinich 

W Hartford. CT 



Gwendolyn Kanipe 

Morganton. NC 

Luella Jean Ketner 

Lexington. NC 

Amy Jo Kilbourne 

Wilmington, DE 




JUNIORS 



110 




Eddie Kinney 

Randleman, NC 



Melanie J. Kiser 

Charlotte, NC 



Lori Kollar 

Potomac, MD 

Kimmer Sherrill Koontz 

Salisbury, NC 

Brenda Kay Lane 

Charlotte. NC 



Jeffrey William Leagon 

Conover, NC 

Pamela Ann LeBlanc 

Randolph, NJ 

Laura Anne Leitner 

Hendersonvllle. NC 



Stephen Young Livengood 

Thomasville, NC 

Teresa Locklear 

Bed Springs, NC 

Judy Long 

Fori Lauderdale. FL 



JUNIORS 



111 



Kevin M. Loughlin 

Marlton. NJ 

Monty James McCachlan 

Carthage, NC 

Scott Alexander McCachren 
Salisbury, NC 



Patrick F. McCormick 

Cherry Hill, NJ 

Anita Gayle McCray 

Winston-Salem, NC 

DeDe L. McElveen 

Salisbury. NC 



Evangeline G. McHargue 

Kannapolis. NC 

Earl A. McMillon 

New London, NC 

Jeffrey Spencer Mason 

Hilton Head Island. SC 




JUNIORS 



112 




Andrew James Mathews 

Ft Valley, GA 



Edgar Sidney Matthews Jr. 

Lewisville. NC 



Kory Mark Miller 

Edmonds, WA 

Scott Frederick Mitchell 

Durham. NC 

Skip Morgan 

Salisbury. NC 



Cindy Jean Morris 

Plantation, FL 

Wendi Elisa Nelson 

Chevy Chase, MD 

Roger Mario Nix 

Mt Dora, FL 



Tracey Osborne 

Lexington. NC 

David J. Parker 

Hillsborough. NC 

William Robert Patriss 

Coram. NY 



JUNIORS 



113 



Elizabeth Carrington Poole 

Cleveland. NC 
Sandra Lee Proctor 

Manassas, VA 

Nancy Maria Prudente 

Greensboro. NC 



Lisa Lynn Queen 

Spencer. NC 

Julie Irene Ramseur 
Landis. NC 

Robin Ritchie 

Salisbury. NC 



Ronda Ritchie 

Salisbury. NC 

Frances Jean Robinson 

Greensboro. NC 

Edwin N. Rohrbaugh 
Salem. VA 



Melissa Ann Sagen 

Charlotte. NC 

Eriko Sato 

Salisbury. NC 

Terry Linn Seamon 

Salisbury. NC 



Robert Bell Sheffield 

Norwood, NC 

Franklin Todd Shook 

Lancaster. SC 

Julia Lynette Shuping 

Salisbury. NC 




114 




Mark E. Shuts 

Mr. Laurel. NJ 

Lisa Mane Simon 

Defray Beach, FL 

Marie Lucienne Simpson 

Lexington. NC 



Jerry Touton Sion 

Salisbury. NC 



Susan Ainslie Skinner 

Lumberton. NC 



Lyle H.Smith 

Kingsport, TN 



Tawana Smoot 

Mocksville, NC 

Timothy Scott Snider 

Salisbury, NC 

Greg Francis Stadther 

Lenoir. NC 



JUNIORS 



115 



Freda E. Stovall 

Athens. GA 



Kathleen M. Sugrue 

Jacksonville. FL 



Mark Allen Sweazie 

St. Pete. FL 

Timothy William Swicegood 

Lexington. NC 

Jeffrey Shahane Taylor 

Greensboro. NC 



Lauren Linn Taylor 

Rockwell. NC 

Mark William Teat 

Pmeville. NC 

Stella Marie VanBergen 

Slatesville. NC 



Marcielayne Webber 

Denver. PA 

Glenn D. Weidner 

Rockvllle. MD 

Denise Elizabeth Whitaker 

Salisbury. NC 




JUNIORS 



116 




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Tina L. Whittington 

Millers Creek. NC 

Kimberly Denise Wilson 

Lexington, NC 

Paula Yvette Wilson 

Landis. NC 



David Scott Wing 

Kensington, MD 

James H. Withee 

Madison, ME 
Cynthia Ann Wright 

Houston. TX 



Sandra Jean Wright 

Frederick, MD 

Robert Jordan Votaw 

Barnesville, GA 

Michael Allen Zimmerman 
Salisbury, NC 



JUNIORS 



117 



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Officers: Ralph Shipley. President: Alan Farris. Treasurer: Sherry Sherrill. Secretary; Lori 
Kates, Vice-President. 



James B. Aldridge III 

Richmond, VA 

Laura Jane Anderson 

Goldsboro. NC 

Dawn Marie Anthony 

Thomasville, NC 

David K. Ard 

Rock Hill. SC 



G. Edwin Ashurst 
Roswell. GA 

MarkC. Bastian 

Pitman. NJ 

Jeffrey B. Bauer 

Moorestown. NJ 

Carl Eugene Beck 

Winston-Salem. NC 




SOPHOMORES 



118 




Byron Henderson Belser 
Chevy Chase, MD 

Lisa Annette Bost 

Faith, NC 

Lori Anne Bowen 

King. NC 

James Wesley Bradley 

Salisbury, NC 



Douglas Warren Brown 

North Wilkesboro, NC 

Gordon Van Cannon Brown 

Concord, NC 

Richard A. Brundage 

Tenafly. NJ 

Sherry Lynn Buckner 

Burnsville. NC 



Christopher Lynn Burgess 

Pittsboro, NC 

Kara Lynne Cadiz 

York. PA 

Arlis Ann Campbell 

Kannapolis, NC 

Jervetta Renee Campbell 

Baltimore MD 



Lydia A. Campbell 

York, PA 

Mark Alton Canady 

Winston-Salem. NC 

Robert W. Cardone 
Roseland, NJ 

Sandra J. Cates 

Roxboro. NC 



Michael John Cavanagh 

Boynton Beach, FL 

Robert EricCerami 

Biscayne Porte, FL 

Craig W.Conklin 

Marlton. NJ 



Margaret E. Cox 

Nilton Manors, FL 



SOPHOMORES 



119 



John Clark Current 
North Wilkesboro. NC 

Christina Anne Daugherty 
Matthews, NC 

Joey Reece Dillard 

Concord. NC 

Terry Keith Earnhardt 

Concord. NC 



Alan Linsy Farris 
Tenaliy. NJ 

Kellen L. Feike 

Bndgewater. NJ 

Jeffrey Lloyd Finkbiner 
Douglassville. PA 

Jacqueline Elizabeth Flanner 

Spnngfield. VA 



Stephen Paul Flood 

South Orange. NJ 

David Paul Folmer. Jr. 

Advance. NC 



William Edward Fowler 

Concord. NC 

Anita Ann Galliher 

Harmony. NC 



Edwin F. Gettis 
Delran. NJ 

Theresa Ruby Gray 

Salisbury. NC 

Lawrence Edward Greiner 

Leola. PA 

Shirley Lee Hall 

Salisbury. NC 




SOPHOMORES 



120 




Jeffrey Clark Hamley 

Martinsville, NJ 

David Lewis Harding 

Jacksonville. FL 

Ellen Kaye Hege 

Lexington, NC 

Doris Ann Hepler 

Advance, NC 



Ann Twist Herndon 

Salisbury. NC 

Gina Maria Hill 

Goldsboro, NC 

Kenny Hinegardner 

Manassas, VA 

Barry Glenn Hobbs 

China Grove, NC 



John Stephen Holleman 

Mocksville, NC 

Heather Lynn Howe 

Winchendon. MA 

Bruce Edwin Hudson 

Albemarle, NC 

Richard Anthony lonni 
Charlotte, NC 



Linda Gail Jackson 

Landis. NC 

Donna Marie Janney 

Pylesville. MD 

Patti Anne Jeu de Vine 
Ft Lauderdale. FL 

Martin Spencer Jones 

Norling, NC 



Lori Michelle Kates 

Lauderhill, FL 

Peter R. Kelly 

West Sayville. NY 

Cynthia Maria Kenlaw 

Washington, DC 

Anthony Hilton Kennedy 

Thomasville. NC 



SOPHOMORES 



121 



Richard Leon Ketner 

Concord. NC 

Paul Wayne Kimbrell 

bnwood. NC 

Cynthia J. Koch 

Statesville. NC 

Todd David Kymer 

Wharton. NJ 



Melony Ann Lackey 

Boomer. NC 

Richard Smalley Landiss, III 

Yardley. PA 

Steve Craig Leach 

Pitman. NJ 

Maurice Reuben Leak 

Wingate. NC 



Marcy Elise Lefler 
Rockwell. NC 

Tamala Deane Leonard 

Lexington. NC 

Tracy Jane Lewis 

Selbyville. DE 

Cassandra Lee Lockert 

Salisbury. NC 



Terri Lombardo 

Miami. FL 

Jay Loughran 

Piney Creek. NC 

Henry Kenneth Love 
Biscoe. NC 

Hayley Dell Lowry 
Gastonia. NC 



Chris W. Loy 
Salisbury. NC 

Mark Vincent Lusby 
Pocomoke, MD 

Sherry Deneat McCurdy 
Thomasville. NC 

Susan Carol McRee 

Maiden. NC 




SOPHOMORES 



122 






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Derrick Jerome Mackey 

Cherryville, NC 


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Winston-Salem, NC 


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Patricia B. Mayall 

Somers Point, NJ 


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Diane Cecilia Mitchel 




Asheville. NC 


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Teddy Jefferson Morris 

Salisbury. NC 




Amelia Sherrell Murray 




Mebane, NC 




John E. Myers 

Charlotte. NC 




Philip M. Nappi 

Rocky Point, NY 



Scott Anthony Olson 

Dahlgren. VA 



Jacqueline Pearson 

Cleveland, NC 



Branson Andrew Pethel 

Salisbury. NC 



SOPHOMORES 



123 



Alison Gail Petrea 

Faith. NC 

Jeffrey Brent Poole 

Linwood. NC 

Maria Louise Proctor 

Manassas. VA 

David Dean Ray, Jr. 

Haw River. NC 



Steven Bryan Robb 

Cherry Hill, NJ 

Sallie Ann Roberts 

Bristol. CT 



Angela Dawn Rogers 

Lexington. NC 

Timothy Ray Ross 
Statesville. NC 



Randall Mark Sailor 

Pitman. NJ 

Paul K. Seropian 

Rockville. MD 



Timothy Scott Setzer 

Newton. NC 

James P. Shebest 

Leesburg. VA 

Sherry Rae Sherrill 
Newton. NC 

Patrick Shields 

Cherry Hill. NJ 




SOPHOMORES 



124 




Ralph Joseph Shipley. Jr. 

Pitman, NJ 

Sherri Anne Small 

New London. NC 

Ivan Leon Smith 

Cleveland, WC 

Keven Lanette Snider 

Salisbury, NC 



Sheila Kay Stadler 

Mebane. NC 

Stephanie Leigh Stawette 

Statesville. NC 

Jacquelin Kay Steele 

Denver, NC 

Gregory Ian Stewart 

Roseland, NJ 



Cecile Theresa Strudwick 

Jamaica 

William E. Swenson, Jr. 

St Petersburg. FL 

Keith Stafford Thompson 

Roanoke. VA 



Judy Ann Vliet 

Asbury. NJ 



Susan Walker 

Ephrata, PA 

Jeff Webb 

Dallas, NC 

Fred Baker White 

Thomasville, NC 

Marvine Ellis Wilhite 

Orange Park, FL 



Karl Joseph Wilmer 
Colonial Heights, VA 

Lois llene Wolf 

Silver Spnngs, MD 

David Russell Wooten 

Silver Springs, MD 

Carolyn M. Yoder 
Boulder, CO 



SOPHOMORES 



125 



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Officers: Julie Schweig, Treasurer; Liz Hudson. Secretary; Elaine Sherry, Vice-President; 
Bridgett Poe, President. 



Valencia Ann Abbott 

Rutfin. NC 

Brian Eric Aiken 

Cherryville, NC 

Allyson Margaret Arnold 

Boca Raton. FL 

Charlotte Emma Mae Bailey 

Statesville. NC 



Susan Rebecca Ballard 

Kannapolis. NC 

Kim M. Barnette 

Denver. NC 

Melanie Jolin Beaver 
Statesville, NC 

Walter J. Benson 

Blackwood, NJ 



Ann L. Berryman 

Gastoma. NC 

Teresa Ann Blackwell 

Salisbury 

Bert Raymond Brewer 

Bear Creek. NC 

Timothy Scott Brewer 

Concord. NC 




FRESHMEN 



126 




Laura Leigh Brintle 

Mt. Air/. NC 

David Randolph Brown 

High Point, NC 

Henry Nathaniel Brown 

Plymouth. NC 

John Paul Bryant 

Lexington. NC 



Tori Michele Burris 
Oakboro. NC 

Melinda Alice Burton 

Thomasville. NC 

Bonnie Elizabeth Caldwell 

Hendersonville. NC 

Robert Eugene Caldwell 

Mitchellville. MD 



Joan Mary Canavociol 

Bay Shore, NY 

Jeff E. Coulter 

Charlotte, NC 

Robert Keith Chalmers 

Stuart. PL 

Kelly Shannon Crisawn 

Burnsville. NC 



John Glenn Christie 

Seagrove, NC 

Holly Lynne Corcoran 

Gloucester, NJ 

Karen Charmayne Coffie 

Durham, NC 

James R. Cunningham 

Dover, NJ 



Dan Daily 

South Orange. NJ 

Scarlett Dawn Davis 

Salisbury. NC 

Tim Davis 

Rock Hill, sc 

Richard Lynn Dawson 

High Point. NC 



Nancy Lynn Dear 

Salisbury, NC 

Melody J. Dekle 

Reading, PA 

Kris Ann Delahunty 
Raleigh, NC 

Sharma Lolita Dulin 

Advance. NC 



FRESHMEN 



127 



Sandy Jo Dungan 

Warsaw, VA 

Ann Carol Edmond 

Concord. NC 

Larry Lee Eubanks, Jr. 

Lewisville. NC 
Tracey Anne Evrard 

MI. Sinai. NY 



Kenny Allen Fernandez 
Tampa. FL 

David Mark Ferrara 

Mt. Arlington. NJ 

Mark Cameron Fink 

Richmond. VA 

Wesley L. Fleming 

Rockville. MD 



Kimberly Anne Ford 

Leoma. NJ 

John William Forrest 

Norwood. NC 

Rhonda Lynne Franz 

Miami, FL 

Tracy Ann Frey 

Wilmington. DE 



John Thomas Gaines, Jr. 

Goldston. NC 

Gina Gentile 

Paulsboro. NJ 

Christopher Dodge Gibbs 

Franklin, NC 

Suzanne Lynn Gleasner 
Denver. NC 



Marcy Ann Granquist 

Palm City. FL 

Margaret Ann Grant 

Kinston, NC 

Patti Lyn Hall 

Gibbstown, NJ 

Jon Clark Hamley 

Martinsville. NJ 



Benjamin Ray Hamm 

Salisbury. NC 

Brad Jay Hamm 

Salisbury. NC 

Linda Fleet Hampton 

Richmond. VA 

Laura Ann Hanson 

Linville. NC 




FRESHMEN 



128 




Julie Ann Hedrick 

Lexington, NC 

Terry U. Heggins 

Salisbury, NC 

Robert Bruce Hickman 

Landis, NC 

Ditte L. Hofmeester 

Allemaar, Netherlands 



Greg S. Hoivik 

Virginia Beach, VA 

Jeffrey Earle Holt 

Bonlee, NC 

Fawn Hood 

Hope Mills, NC 

Chris Allen Houk 

Charlotte. NC 



Bill Hube 

Hollywood. FL 

Elizabeth Myers Hudson 

Richmond. VA 

Billie Jo Hunt 

Mooresville, NC 

Susan Frances Hunt 

Reidsville, NC 



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FRESHMEN 



129 



Gregory Todd Huntley 

Concord. NC 

Donna Lynn Hurley 

Ft Washington. NC 

Beth E. Jackson 

Durham. NC 

Kelly Rae Jackson 

Clinton. MD 



Gregory Wayne Jones 

Ft. Myers. FL 

Tara Elizabeth Jones 

Reidsville. NC 

Robert M. Jordon 

Fayetteville, NC 

Kumi Kataoka 

Tokoyo, Japan 



Rebecca Louise Kepley 

Salisbury. NC 

Llamel Elizabeth Ketner 

Lexington. NC 



Maria Antoinette Killian 

Rowie. MD 

Barry Scott Kimbrell 

Inman. SC 



Kim Lenette Cornwell 

Greensboro. NC 

John Anthony Klubert 

Reidsville. NC 



David Rodney Latham 

Glade Valley. PA 

Russell E. Leitner 

Hendersonville. NC 

Teressa Belle Livengood 

Salisbury. NC 

Scott Combs Lloyd 
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 




FRESHMEN 



130 




Craig D. McCullough 

Winston-Salem. NC 

BerlinaYvette 

Lillington, NC 

Vera Anne McNeill 

Goldsboro. NC 
Kimberly Ann Mair 

Clemmons, NC 



Lynn Marie Mancin 
West Haven, CT 

Margaret Mary Marley 

Asheboro, NC 

Edward Keith Martin 

Red Springs, NC 

Anne Gardner Masten 

Charlotte. NC 



Judy Dianne Medford 

Kannapolis, NC 

Teri Valerie Michaels 

Charlotte, NC 

Greta Elizabeth Miller 

Clemmons, NC 

Mary Christy Miller 

Clinton, MD 



Pamela Adele Moehle 

Cocoa Beach. FL 

Richard William Moffit 

Salem, VA 

Elizabeth Anne Monello 

Centerpon, NY 

Patricia Leigh Moore 

Canton, NC 



Susan LaRae Moore 

Salisbury, NC 

Jamie Helen Morris 

Salisbury. NC 

Charles Myers 

Jamesvllle, NC 

Stacey Rae Ness 

Red Lion, PA 



David Lee Newton, Jr. 

Salisbury, NC 

Alice A. Nichols 

Miami. FL 

Jessica Hughes Orr 

Altoona. PA 

John Painter 

Cherry Hill. NJ 



FRESHMEN 



131 



Glenda Faye Parrish 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Crystal M. Patterson 
Salisbury. NC 



Ben Banks Peeler 
Jacksonville. FL 



J. Chris Petrakis 
Tampa. FL 

Loretta Petkevis 

Egg Harbor. NJ 

Bridgett Lee Poe 

Hume. VA 

William Lewis Puckett 

Madison. NC 



Larry D. Quick 
Ftaeford. NC 

John David Riddle 

Jamestown. NC 

Wanda Jill Ridenhour 

Salisbury. NC 

Laura Jane Riggs 

Jacksonville. FL 



Jeffrey O. Riley 

Lynchburg. VA 

Katherine Mary Robertson 
Marietta. GA 

James Joseph Robinson 
Heathsville. VA 

Elizabeth Ellen Rohrbaugh 

Salem. VA 




FRESHMEN 



132 




David Lee Roy 

Jacksonville, NC 

Bethany Lynn Russell 

Burlington, NC 

Robin Suzanne Sackett 

Miami, FL 

Kerry Lynn Scharf 

Goldsboro. NC 



William Samuel Schmidt 

Pennsauken, NJ 

Julie Ann Schweig 

Plantation, FL 

Elaine Shirey 

Lancaster, PA 

Peter A. Simons 

Miami, FL 



James Jeffrey Sipper 

Thomasville. NC 

Stephen Brad Skrip 
Atlanta. Ga 

Jane Patterson Sloan 

Defray Beach, FL 



Scott Slowey 

Tampa, FL 



Elaine Carol Smith 

Rockwell, NC 



Jennifer E. Smith 

Delrav Beach, FL 



Martina Denise Smith 

Rockwell, NC 



FRESHMEN 



133 



Richard Martin Smith 

Mt Airy. NC 

Sharon Denise Snuggs 

Norwood, NC 

Susan Ann Sowers 

Newton, NC 
Thomas Graham Speer 

Kernersville, NC 



Sylvia Airleen Stephens 

Aberdeen, NC 

Phillip Oster Stillman 

New Berlin. NY 

Martin Dodson Stone 

Mocksville. NC 

Wendy Marie Strang 

Somers Park, NJ 



Dewanna L. Thomas 

Morganton, NC 

Russell Brian Thompson 

Mooresville. NC 
Jonathon Dean Touchberry 

Lansdale. PA 

Quelly Elizabeth Turney 

Salisbury, NC 



Curtis Allen Vance 
Concord, NC 

Jasper Joost Vandersmagt 

Netherlands 

Elvira Maria VanDyk 

Chesapeake City. MD 

Elizabeth Joyce Waddell 

Salisbury, NC 




FRESHMEN 



134 




Mary Annette Wagner 
Cleveland. NC 

Richard Kenneth Wall 

Thomasville, NC 

Ken Alan Wazlavek 

Baltimore, MD 

Linda Mundy White 

Kannapolts. NC 



Cheryl Lynn Whiting 

Pocomoke City, MD 

Laura Marie Wiggins 

Wyomissing. PA 

Michael E. Williams 

Maiden, NC 

Dee Maria Williamson 

Davidson. NC 



Sabrina Louise Wilson 

Winston-Salem. NC 

Wendy Rebecca Wise 

Salisbury. NC 

Ann Margaret Wishon 

Concord. NC 

Sherry Lee Wood 

State Road, NC 



Laura Ann Wooten 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Susan V. Yarbrough 

Salisbury, NC 

Andrew G. Zimmerman 

Fairfax, VA 

Bill William Zolper 

Smyrna, NC 



FRESHMEN 



135 



CHEERLEADERS 




Front Row: Cheryl Henrickson, Tori Burris, Lisa Bost, Marcia Hoover, Captain; Angie Hill, Patti Hall, Gina Gentile, Simone Grant. Back row: 
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1982 SOFTBALL 




Row 1 : Cindy Gormley, Iris Sloan. Brenda Dietrich. Row 2: Teresa Locklear. Sherry McCurdy. Karen Baker. Brenda Lane. Row 3: 
Cindy Koch, Emma Greene. Gayle McCray. Judy Chwalik. Teresa Kellam. Marion Greene. Rose Cox. Angie Crayton, Adrian Bass. 
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Sitting: Cindy Morris and Lisa Belton. Standing: Patti Jeu De Vine, Laura Butterworth and Margriet Bussemaker 



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MEN'S TENNIS 




Kneeling: Bill Graham, Reginald Keasler, Lee Bobo, Jeff Selland. Standing: Mark Teat, Marvin Wilhite, Craig Conklin, Joe Abernethy 




Mike Cutter 



Joe Abernethy 



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Reginald Keasler 




The dealer is hot! 

His cards are marked. 

He can play aduce. 

He can smell an ace. 

At the edge of steaming tar he stands. 

Arc of back. 

High on toes. 

Yellow ball flattens against shining web. 

Golden blur 

Over silk fence. 

Smoking fuzz meets a new force 

Opposite and equal. 

The battle of love begins. 



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Mark Teat 



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FIELD HOCKEY 




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Row 1 — Cindy Gormley, Jessica Orr. Tracy Frey. Sherrie Smith. YvetteGlee.Tracey Errard. Row 2 — Coach: Nan Whitley, Jill Waddell, Joan 
Canavaciol, Marcie Webber, Diane Beck, Marion Greene, Chris Griffith, 




Captains: Marcie Webber, Diane Beck 



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Scottish maids with wooden hooks. 

Hard white ball, fast off stick. 

Shifting strides. 

Confused steps. 

Quick rehearsal, then reversal. 

Always heads up. 

Always eyes forward. 

Always club ready for club adventure. 



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SOCCER 




First row: James Barfield. Rick Moffitt, Andrew Zimmerman, Paige Lane, Brad Walworth, Robyn Yost, Dave Hinkel, Kathy Goodwin, 
Alan Farris, Second row: Coach Hap Welty, David Roy, Glenn Cummings, Jasper Van Smaqt, George Corson, Jeff Mason, Sam 
Towne, Corwin Carmichael, Larry Greiner, John Pissara, Nick Costino 




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Spinning checks from rapid foot 

With exhaust of green. 

What grace! 

Constant motion. 

Constant tension. 

Constant action. 

Raspberry thigh, 

Blue shin, and 

Pink forehead all together 

Create and destroy. 



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Captains: Paige Lane, Larry Greiner 



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Captains: Larry Brown, John Coatta, Bill Ingram, Rick Royal 

First row: Danny Shutt, Calvin Hudgins, Pat Smith, Scott Schuler, Steve 
Kinney, Ricky Holt, Mark Hill, Steve Whitaker, Kevin Parks, John Coatta, 
Bill Ingram, Rick Royal, Larry Brown. Raymond Jones, John Marston, Tim 
Pless, Sam Lynch. Gary Dowell. Ron Arant, Ricky Cockman, and Hal 
Capps. Second row: Winslow McMoore, Steve Robb. Stokes Hairston, 
Jackie Hayes, James Childers. Phil Johnston, Todd Shook, Carl John- 
son, Ed Kinney. Steve Turley, Jeff Taylor, Earl McMillon, Todd Arm- 
strong, Mark Teat, David Wood, Wayne Jackson, Glenn Kallinich, Craig 
Johnson, David Ard, James Holmes. Monty MacLaughlan and Bobby 
Myers, Third row: Maurice Leak, Gordon Brown, Morton Jones, Jeff Har- 
ter, John Forrest, Gary Nakamoto. Mike Crenshaw, Tony Klubert, John 
Riddle, Greg West, Gene Ray. Carl Beck, Scott Olson, Steve Leach, Tim 
Setzer, Brent Poole, Jay Aldredge, Rich Landis, David Folmar, Jeff Walls, 
Greg Huntley, Tom Nunn and David Powell. Fourth row: Tom Thompson, 
Carmine Cassara, Ron Sparacino, Tom Cassidy, Bill Kube, Doug Rine, 
Kendall Carter, David Ferrara, Chris Monroe, Pat Tapka, John Painter, 
Barry Kimbrell. Jeff Coulter, Chris Petrakis, Tim Davis, Robert Brown, 
David Caldwell, David Brown, Craig Mathis, Marty Manning, David New- 
ton, Rich Dawson, David Lloyd, Ken Alston and Kevin Young 




Coaches: Kneeling: Dennis Miles, Rick Izze, Vic Robinson, Standing: Lou 
Manning, Bob Bailey, Steve Shaughnessy — head coach, Bill D'Andrea 

Silent warriors stir and mumble behind cold walls. 

Their armor of iron all secure. Now, 

Nothing but nightmare images and impatient grunts. 

Finally, Battle! The clash of iron! 

The side way motion and nimble cut of hips in constant 

thought. 
The glorious sprint. The final steps. Spike! 
The release and sudden stop. Foot with velocity. 
Pit of oval brown spins between golden H. 



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VOLLEYBALL 




First row: Coach Jodi Manning, Cindy Koch, Cindy Morris, Glenda Parrish, Teresa Kellam. Gwen Kanipe, Second row: Gayle McCray, Sherry Wood, Melody 
Dekle. Manager Ozell Cooper, Kelly Chrisawn, Charlotte Bailey 




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Gayle McCray, Teresa Kellam 





Cindy Koch 

Invisible rainbows follow plastic balls 

In cautious flight. 

Then the square becomes a collection 

Of closed stripes. 

Astonished I gaze. 

I can't believe that spikes and sets 

Of red and orange. 

Spectrum saves of psychodelic dives 

The energy is in the cause 

The cause in the bent light. 



Glenda Parrish 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL 




Charlie Myers, Manager, Art Rose, Bradd Eldridge, Dave Moe, John Redmond, Tim Harris, Maurice McDaniel, Bobby VanNoy, Mark Simpson, 
Cleveland McCrae, Ed Fowler, Andrew Matthews, Mike Cutter, Tim Overton. 




Statisticians: Kara Cadiz, Chris Griffith, Kimberlie Kroh 



Sweating skyscraper drop 

Suicidal basketball to ricochet suicide. 

Then a deja vu of death from a 

Bone spun web. 

Ball trapped in prison, a fingered cell. 

Bulging calf, bending knee, 

Violent lunge for the heavens. 

Feather flight for orange halo. 

Stretching elbow, flicking wrist, sonic boom 

Tickertape of glass, Zeus smiles. 

A thousand closing palms 

Sound a clap of thunder. 

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Coach Sam Moir 




B. Van Noy 



M. Simpson 




E. Fowler 



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M. McDaniel 



M. Cutter 




M. Simpson 



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E. Fowler 



M. McDaniel 




A. Rose 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 




Kneeling: Gwen Kanipe. Angie Crayton. Kim Nair, Laverne DeJournette. Tina Whittington. Sherry McCurdy, Second row: Manager — Lori 
Ann Bowen, Sandi Maddox. Charlotte Bailey. Rose Cox. Libby Beach, Teresa Kellam. Debbie Craddock. Sherry Buckner, Coach Harold 
Higgins 

The van rumbled across the highway, while inside nervous 

flutter of anticipation pounded against steamy windows. 

Hoopsters sitting in rows. In the back, a deluxe box of 

Kleenex. In a knot sleeps Laverne. She may be having 

another one of those dreams. Rose, with a crushed Milky Way 

wrapper goes up ... oh my .. . what a dunk! This bus sure 

could use a dry bar or at least a water fountain. By the way 

Harold, have we told you lately that we love you? 




Captains: Teresa Kellam and Rose Cox 



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Sherry McCurdy 



Debbie Craddock (left), Laverne DeJoumette 




Teresa Kellam 



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Tina Whittington 



Patty Moore 




Freda Stovali 




Sherry McCurdy 



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Angie Crayton 




Coach Harold Higgins 



Sherry Buckner 



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Patty Moore 




Rose Cox 



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Debbie Craddock 



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WRESTLING 




Coaches Jay Gerrish and Dutch Meyer, Steve Leach, Joe Trainor, Peter Simons, Manager Maria Proctor. Kneeling John Bolton, Pat Price, 
Greg Stewart, Shean Hare, Peter Kelly. 

Pretzel legs. 

Elastic backs ... etc — well, — 

Consider the plate: 

(the foam mat of combat) 

Consider the fork: 

(performing a guillotine on the hand 

of birth) 

Consider spaghetti: 

(an unpredictable foe.) 

Roll referee! 

Whistles to milk as 

Towels to napkins 

(through take downs 

and reversal) 

The meal over, 

Fork pinning noodle to porcelin. 




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Jeff Strang 



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Coach Frank Meyer and Jay Gerish 



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Mike Rodriguez 



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INTRAMURALS 








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Bricks fall 

From their places 

In the walls and walk 

Fearlessly onto the battleground. 

The practice elapsed 

But not abandoned 

The steam of one brick 

Struggles to dissolve the other's formula. 

The winner marches gallantly 

Declaring his dorm 

The stronger fortress — 

And the loser 

Fades again into his walls 

To gain strength for Next Time. 

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Intramural coordinators; Dan Hill, Cindy Gormley, Greg Stadler 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL MEN'S BASKETBALL 



CAT 

54 

59 

65 

83 

94 

62 

50 

50 

65 

60 

86 

63 

80 

61 

55 

80 

65 

84 

62 

90 

73 

65 



Wingate 

St. Andrews 

Pembroke 

Mars Hill 

Atl Christian 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

Elon 

High Point 

Pembroke 

Pfeiffer 

Gardner-Webb 

Mars Hill 

Guilford 

Elon 

Atl Christian 

Pfeiffer 

High Point 

Gardner-Webb 

Guilford 

Davidson 

Davidson 

Wingate 




WOMEN'S TENNIS 



CAT 





















Guilford 

Gardner-Webb 

Pfeiffer 

High Point 

UNC-Greensboro 

Atl Christian 

Elon 

Pembroke 

Western Carolina 




CAT 

43 

17 

60 

10 



WRESTLING 



Furman 
Rutgers-Camden 
Keane College (FORF) 
Campbell 




OPP 


CAT 


86 


118 


44 


90 


80 


131 


74 


104 


95 


107 


61 


82 


91 


115 


51 


88 


79 


82 


69 


75 


73 


93 


72 


101 


79 


97 


63 


87 


50 


88 


62 


99 


52 


96 


76 


92 


83 


61 


79 


92 


62 


90 


79 


78 




102 




109 




94 




100 




102 


OPP 




9 




9 




9 




9 




9 




9 




9 
9 
9 


CAT 

9 



Atl Christian 

Wingate 

Ald-Broaddus 

Pfeiffer 

JC Smith 

W-Salem State 

Greensboro 

Methodist 

Norfolk State 

Virginia Union 

Gardner-Webb 

Elon 

High Point 

Pembroke 

Pfeiffer 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

Guilford 

Elon 

Pembroke 

Pfeiffer 

High Point 

Gardner-Webb 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

Atl Christian 

Wingate 

Belmont Abbey 

Guilford 



MEN'S TENNIS 



9 
9 


CAT 




9 


Barber Scotia 





Greensboro 




2 


High Point 




7 


Otterbien 







Belmont Abbey 




5 


Lenoir-Rhyne 







Elon 







Livingstone 


OPP 


1 


East Carolina 


8 





High Point 


33 


36 


5 


Lenoir-Rhyne 







OPP 
105 
74 
119 
87 
90 
100 
80 
66 
80 
78 
72 
72 
79 
86 
79 
78 
86 
79 
60 
92 
71 
97 
80 
82 
82 
87 
91 



OPP 

9 
7 
2 
9 
4 
9 
9 
8 
9 
4 



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BASEBALL 



SOFTBALL VOLLEYBALL 



CAT 




OPP 


CAT 




OPP 


CAT 


OPP 


7 


Clarion State 


3 


14 


St. Augustine 


2 


lost 


Guilford 


12 


Clarion State 


4 


2 


St. Augustine 


1 


lost 


UNC-Charlotte 


13 


Maine-PI 


1 





Wingate 


4 


lost 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


5 


Maine-PI 


1 


11 


Wingate 


8 


lost 


Gardner-Webb 


4 


Wingate 


8 


11 


Guilford 





lost 


USC-Spartanburg 


7 


Fairmont State 


9 


9 


Guilford 


2 


won 


Pembroke 





Appalachian 


4 


10 


W-Salem State 


33 


lost 


MarsHill/H.Pt. 


2 


Appalachian 


8 


6 


W-Salem State 


9 


lost 


UNC-Ash/Wingate 


6 


Wake Forest 


16 





Pfeiffer 


10 


lost 


St. Andrews 


8 


N.C. A&T 





11 


Pfeiffer 


19 


won 


Elon 


5 


N.C. A&T 


4 


9 


Pembroke 


21 


lost 


Gardner-Webb 


1 


Pembroke 


5 


16 


Pembroke 


7 


lost 


Mars Hill 


9 


Guilford 


10 


1 


Elon 


11 


lost 


Guilford 


6 


East Carolina 


9 


5 


Elon 


13 


lost 


Atl Christian 


27 


Atl Christian 


9 








lost 


UNC-Wilmington 


11 


Pembroke 


12 








lost 


UNC-Asheville 


2 


Pembroke 


7 








lost 


Pembroke 


5 


Davidson (10) 


4 








lost 


Wingate 


4 


Wake Forest 


17 








lost 


N.C. A&T 


3 


N.C. A&T 


4 








won 


Fayetteville State 


2 


N.C. A&T 


6 








lost 


UNC-Greensboro 


7 


Duke 


5 








lost 


Greensboro College 


8 


High Point 


15 








won 


Belmont Abbey 


16 


Davidson 


9 








lost 


UNC-Asheville 


2 


Guilford 


6 








won 


Pembroke 


6 


Pfeiffer 


7 








lost 


High Point 


10 


Eton 


12 








lost 


Meredith 


2 


Elon 


9 












8 


Wingate 


14 












2 


High Point 


5 












7 


Gardner-Webb 


8 












8 


Gardner-Webb 


5 












1 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


3 












6 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


5 













SOCCER 




FIELD HOCKEY 



CAT 




OPP 


2 


Wake Forest 


1 


5 


Univ of the South 


4 


2 

2 


Bridgewater College 

Appalachian 

Davidson 


1 
3 
3 





Duke 


4 




2 



High Point 

High Point 

Converse College 

Pfeiffer 


4 
1 


7 


1 


Appalachian (OT) 


2 



CAT 




OPP 





Guilford 


6 






N.C. Wesleyan 
Atl Christian 


2 
11 


4 


Francis Marion 


2 





Coker 


8 



3 
4 



High Point 

Longwood 

Wingate 

Barber Scotia 


4 
6 
1 
5 



1 


Belmont Abbey 
UNC-Greensboro 


4 
14 





UNC-Asheville 


6 





Pfeiffer 


5 


1 


Pembroke 


2 


1 
1 


Wingate 
Elon 



2 


3 


Methodist 


2 


2 


St. Andrews 


3 



FOOTBALL 



CAT 




OPP 


17 


Mars Hill 


21 


14 


Newberry 


22 


13 


Slippery Rock 


17 


10 


Carson-Newman 


14 


21 


Presbyterian 


23 


31 


Gardner-Webb 


38 


22 


Elon 


29 


10 


G. Southern 


7 


11 


Guilford 


10 


12 


Davidson 


13 


28 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


32 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



MISS CATAWBA — JILL FINK 



Dean's List 

Presidential Honor Roll 

Alpha Chi 

Phi Epsilon — Secretary /Treasurer 

Who's Who 

Co-Editor — Sayakini 

Senior Class Secretary 

Media Board 

Student Education Association, President 

Homecoming Court 

May Day Court 




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MR. CATAWBA — BRENT MARTIN 




Varsity Football 
Resident Assistant 
SR House Council 
Phi Epsilon 

Alpha Chi — President 
Jack Kelly Award 
Who's Who 



199 



WHO'S WHO IN 




Teresa Kellam, Jean Basham, Fredericka Anderson 



Kimberlie Kroh, Kim Cropper 



200 



AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 




Simple strides. Ordinary 

Silhouettes. 
Casual appearances. You've 

seen them! 
And you don't even know it. 
Have they eaten a special apple; 
One that escaped the eyes 
of both the serpent and Eve? 
These commoners found the fruit, 
Consumed, 
And grew within. 

Their spirit and being blossomed into 
Recognition. 
As it thus recorded. 



Brent Martin, Julie Ramseur, Joe Abernethy 




Jill Fink, Elizabeth Weant, Bev Price 



Paul Quinn, Chris Ervin, Skip Morgan 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 




First row: Kim Vazzana, Amy Kilbourne. Jennifer Wilhelm, Kim Cropper, Lynn Shuping, Julie Ramseur, Cathy Boon, Second row: Robbie Sheffield, Edwin 
Rohrbaugh, Ralph Shipley, Dr. Kaniss, Dave Fawcett, Chris Ervin, Paul Quinn 

The academic year has passed and is now history. To those 

who have served so well, fond memories shall prevail. 

Though the hours were long and the tasks often tedious, the 

students of Catawba were our concern, because the students 

were the Association. There is no greater reward than 

knowing you have done your best in so little time. Those 

whose photographs you see on these pages served as 

liasons between the student body and the faculty of Catawba, 

not only in their elected capacity, but to improve and enrich 

faculty relationships, traditions and pride in Catawba. 

Look to the future, there lies the challenge. Look not to the 

past, but rather move forward with each passing day and do 

not be afraid to ask about that you do not understand. 

Best wishes and good luck to the future SGA's. 




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Paul Quinn — SGA President 






Chris Ervin — Treasurer, Kim Vazzana - 
Vice-President, Kara Cadiz — Secretary 




Class Presidents — Julie Ramseur, Ralph Shipley, Jennifer Senators — Sitting: Sandy Wilson and Cathy Boon. Standing: Amy 

Kilbourne and Robbie Sheffield 



Wilhelm 




First row: Dave Fawcett — Chief Hearing Board 
Officer, Edwin Rohrbaugh — CUB Director, Charles 
Beatty — Men's Residence Council. Second row: 
Steve Shuping — Day Students Representative, Lynn 
Shuping — ICC President, Kim Cropper — Women's 
Government Association on President. 



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SPEECH CLUB 




Shari Marshall, Chris Griffith. Kim Cropper, Brian Church and sitting. Dr. Janet Home 



The Speech Club is a newly formed organization for 
anyone interested in public speaking. Shari Marshall 
served as president of the club with Dr. Janet Home 

acting as advisor. 




Shari Marshall — President 



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STUDENT COURT 




Dave Fawceft — Chief Hearing Officer 



Julia Grimes — Attorney General 




Sitting: Susan Walker, Dave Fawcett, Julia Grimes, Skip Morgan. Standing: Jeff Hamley, Jeff Strang, Jim Cunningham 



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WOMEN'S GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 




Front row: Cathy Shue, Kelly Delahunty, Wendi Nelson, Kim Cropper. Beth Rohrbaugh, Julie Ramseur, Susanna Burleson, Lisa Sheppard, Paula Wilson, 
Back row: Doris Coates, Marcie Webber, Diane Beck, Sue Holtzapple, Elizabeth Hartzler, Marsha Kirk, Annette Timberlake, Karen Cuffie and Gloria Shinn 

The Women's Government Association is an 

organization designed to serve the women of 

Catawba, both the on and off-campus 

females. The organization attempts to bring 

unity among women and to provide activities 

in the interest of these women. During the 

year, WGA sponsored the Little Big-Sister 

Program; sold corsages for Parents 

Weekend; made a Smurf Homecoming float; 

sponsored free movies for the girls, and held 

a Ladies Lock-Up Night in the gym. 

Throughout the year WGA comforted girls 

that were sick, hospitalized, or had a loss of a 

loved one, with a gift. The WGA council 

consists of the dorm presidents, dorm RA's, 

day student representative, head residents, 

three committee chairmen and the executive 

council. The advisor for the 1 982-83 WGA 

was Kathy Shue and Kim Cropper was 

president. 




Officers: Kim Cropper — President, Kelly Delahunty - 
Treasurer, Diane Beck — Secretary 



-Vice-President, Annette Timberlake - 



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MEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL 




The Men's Residence Council is the force behind all 
men on campus. The purpose of the council is to ac- 
tively promote organization, leadership, and brother- 
hood among the men on campus. The MRC, which 
includes the presidents of each dorm and the Men's 
Representative, has this year for the first time devel- 
oped individual active house councils in each men's 
dorm. Mr. Hap Welty serves as the advisor, helping the 
council strive to actively represent all men on campus. 



Dorm Presidents: Edwin Rohrbaugh, Pat Price, John Marston, Charlie Beatty. Brent 
Martin, Sam Towne, John Powell. 




Seated: Edwin Rohrbaugh, Pat Price, John Marston, Charlie Beatty, Brent Martin, Sam Towne, John Powell. Standing: Harvey Corriher, Chris Burgess, John 
Myers, Martin Huguley, Mark Hill, Dan Hill, Doug Northcutt, Craig Bergman. 



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HOUSE COUNCILS 




Woodson: (sitting) Amy Kilbourne, Sherry Sherrill, Pam LeBlanc. (second row) Jean Basham, Elizabeth 
Hartzler, Mrs. Shinn, Lois Wolfe, Molly Long. 



North: (front) Linda Krai, Terri Pepper, 

Sandra Kates, (middle row) Terri 

Lombardo, Kelly Delahunty, Marcie 

Webber, Melissa Sagen, Doris Coates. 

(back row) Wendi Nelson, Kelly Feike, 

Beth Rohrbaugh. 



Zartman Zoo: Kelly McKinley, Linda 

Bowers, Julie Ramseur, Gloria Gines, 

Chris Griffith, Marsha Kirk, Chris Elkins. 




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FRESHMEN COORDINATORS 



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Front row: Janet Palacio, Edwin Rohrbaugh, Brian Church, Dave Parker, Angie Hill, Lori Kates, Kim Kroh, Lydia Campbell. Teresa Kellam, 
Kara Cadiz, Haley Lowrey, Fredericka Anderson, Second row: Vanessa Leak, Arlis Campbell, Julie Ramseur. Martin Brown, Jean Basham. 
Lynn Shuping. Kathy Boardman. Elaine Dulin, Lisa Queen, Eileen Weinman, Third row: Sherry Buckner, Debbie Craddock, Skip Morgan, Alan 
Carrick, Glenn Weidner, Cal Cary, Marsha Kirk. Chris Ervin 




R.A.'s 



R.A.'s: First row: Dave Fawcett. Fredericka Anderson. Elizabeth Hartzler, Marsha Kirk. Joan Meehan, Brent Martin. 
Second row: John Marston, Bill Ingram. Charlie Beatty. Greg Stadther, Mark Hill 




Janet Palacio and Fredericka Anderson — Head Freshmen Coordinators 



209 



MEDIA BOARD 




Bob Weidner, Laura Butterworth. Jill Fink. Bev Price, Paul Dziomba. Paul Qumn (seated). Cal Cary. Bob Ridenhour. Jennifer Wilhelm 

Perhaps you've heard of the Media Board; the PIONEER, WNDN, SAYAKINI, ARROWHEAD! But, what happened 
to the Bad Apple? The Bad Apple has quietly slipped into the annals of history. The editors or the Bad Apple decided to 
add a little spice to the literary world and felt a change was in order — thus, the ARROWHEAD was born. Job well done 
Laura. Jill and Bev, I just don't know what Catawba will do without your smiling faces to brighten the pages of the 
SAYAKINI. (You too Howard.) Cal, you and the staff have been superb! Thanks for the hard work. Who could forget 
the Big "B" and Paul of WNDN. Keep plugging at funky vibes. Last, but not least, the advisors! It cannot be said 
enough — thanks for your time and assistance in making the Media Board function properly. Good luck and best 
wishes to all! 



210 



SAYAKINI 




First row: Bill Swenson, Sharon Snuggs, Bev Price, Dee Williamson, Chris Elkins. Kimberlie Kroh, Angie Hill 
Sugure, Jill Fink, Kelly Jackson, Ralph Shipley, Chris Gardner, Elizabeth Weant 



Howard Simmons, Second row: Kathleen 




Falling ceiling. Moving walls. 

A desk at the center of a shrinking room. 

On the desk a photo of smiling faces. 

A pencil, blunt and gnawed, lay cross blurred scribbles. 

F and S cubes propped against ancient printer of ribbon and steel. 

At one corner of the desk an eraser, perfect circle of re-read 

rubber. 
At the other corner, a stapler. 
Collecter of polished scrapbook. 
A lamp sits in center, its light fills spaces between. 
The room falls smaller. 
Finally, the desk if crushed. 
The pressure of walls is great. 
The plaster departs 
A book stands, smoking. 



Howard Simmons — Head Photographer 



211 





Jill Fink — Co-Editor 



Kimberlie Kroh and Janet Palacio — Associate Editors 




Bev Price — Co-Editor 



212 




Chris Gardner — Ads Manager 



Kathleen Sugrue and Bill Swenson — Photographers 




John Nalesnik — Photographer 



213 



THE ARROWHEAD 




(sitting) Sharon Snuggs. DeeDee Williams. Kelly Jackson, (standing) Arlis Campbell. Laura Butterworth. Christie Miller. Brad Hamm. Tony Bosch. 



THE ROBIN 
In the winter 
Where is the spring? 
Tucked in some fragile corner. 
Ready to break out and escape 
When hearing the first 

sweet sounds of the robin. 



Donna Janney 



As the college literary magazine. The Arrowhead provides stu- 
dents with an opportunity to publish their creative works. One of its 
primary goals is the promoting of the liberal arts on campus. Any- 
one interested and having some background in literature is eligible 
for membership on the staff. Students, faculty, and staff are wel- 
come to submit poetry, prose, art. and photography for publication. 

This year, the name has been changed from "Bad Apple" to "The 
Arrowhead: Catawba's Point of Expression" which presents the 
optimistic feelings that go with the magazine and the school. 



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Dreams 
Shimmering, Shimmering, 
But quietly. 

Sparkling and quiet — 

Hushing ocean waves ease onto the sandy shore. 
Perfect day for hand in hand in heart romance. 

Silver wings sweep pockets of clouds 

and dip 

and stop on land ... a little clumsily, 

But one gull is smooth, and sure, and perfect . . . 

Except for one leg, forgotten under the feathers. 

End of a shark's midsummer meal? 

Or did births awakening find the nightmare real? 

The gull-proud eye gives no clue — 

Hops to a perfect flurry of feathers 

To flight 

High and far and free. 

The perfect arrogance of faith 
Impresses our words and minds today . . . 
Our dreams, tomorrow. 

Arlis Campbell 



Laura Butterworth 




UNTITLED 



Sherry Sherril 



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THE PIONEER 



The Pioneer is the official newspaper of Catawba 

College. It is published every three weeks and is 

circulated among students, faculty, staff and 

subscribers. 

Although faced with a tremendous deficit, the paper 

enjoyed a successful year and attempted to uphold 

the aims of professionalism and respectibility. 

The editor this year was Cal Cary. and advisor was 

Dr. Jayme Kaniss. 




Cathy Boon and James Withee. Co-Associate Editors 



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Jim Shebest, Photography Editor 



Jennifer Wilhelm, Business Manager 




Front Row: Cal Cary, Jennifer Wilhelm, Cathy Boon. Susan Bacon, Julia Grimes, Marsha Kirk, Lauren Taylor, Joan Meehan. Marilee Powell, Nikki Atkins, and 
Howard Simmon, Second Row: James Withee, Glenn Weidner, Jim Shebest, Evan Ferrar, Bradd Hamm, Ben Hamm, Laura Butterworth, Doug Northcutt, 
Danny Dubree 



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WNDN 




Kneeling: Managers Paul Dizomba and Bernard Cheeks. Front row: Evan Farrar. Darlene Jones. Robin Ashe. Brian Church. Bill Schmidt. Keith Johnson. 
Craig McCullogh. Back row: Laura Butterworth. John Christie. Phil Stillman. Benji Hamm. Brad Hamm. Steve Gentlecore. Doug Brown 

All forms of music found their way into the stereos of 

Catawba's students and Salisbury citizens from WNDN's 

staff. Benji Hamm was Religious Director with Robin Ashe 

serving as News Director. Sports was headed by Evan Farrar 

and Doug Brown was Music Director for Top 40 Rock. Bill 

Schmidt served as meteorologist. The Earwitness News team 

consisted of Bill "Fashion Plate'' Schmidt. Evan Farrar. Robin 

Ashe and Paul Dizomba. Bernard "Big B" Cheeks and Paul 

Dizomba served as WNDN Station Managers and advisor 

was Dr. Gerald Honaker. 




Paul P. Dizomba — General Manager and Chief Technician 



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Bernard Cheeks — Station Manager 




Larry "Ice Man" Quick 



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The Mobile Disc Jockeys: Craig McCullough, Keith Johnson, Bernard Cheeks, and Larry Quick. 




Bill Schmidt — "Fashion Plate" 



Darlene Jones 



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CHPER-ACADEMY 




Kneeling: Jirn Bradley, First row: Dr. Meyer, Kim Nair, Jill Waddell, Terri Pepper, Lori Anne Bowen, Sue Holtzapple, Larry Brown. Angela Coulter, Dee Beck, 
Second row: Jodi Manning. Peter Simons. Craig Johnson, Bill Patriss, Bill Ingram. Jimmy Holmes, and Dr. Whitley 

The CHPER-Academy is composed of corrective therapy, 
health, physical education and recreation majors. The club 
attempts to stimulate a wide active interest, and present 
professionalism in these areas. The club strives to maintain 
cooperation socially with the majors, faculty, and alumni, as 
well as related professional groups in the area. 




Officers: Jim Bradley — President: Lori Anne Bowen — Vice-President; 
Sue Holtzapple — Secretary Treasurer 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC AND RECREATION 

ASSOCIATION 




Dr. Pat Whitley, Advisor; Jodi Manning, Advisor; Charlotte Bailey, Kim Mair, Angie Crayton, Lori Ann Bowen, Tina Whittington, Rose Cox, Terri 
Pepper, Diane Beck, Chris Griffith, Jaybird. 



The Women's Athletic Recreation As- 
sociation attempts to promote physical ef- 
ficiency and to develop good sports- 
manship among the students of Catawba 
by fostering an interest in sports. The 
WARA sponsors an intramural program of 
dual, individual, and team sports. All Ca- 
tawba women are members of our organi- 
zation, however, not all are active 
members. 




Front: Angie Crayton, Vice-President; Chris Griffith, President. Back: Lori 
Ann Bowen, Publicity Manager; Rose Cox, Publicity Manager; Diane 
Beck, Secretary Treasurer. 



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WANTU-WANZURI 




The Wantu-Wanzuri is a student organization 
designed to enhance the minority perspective 
and to establish a better rapport between minority 
and non-minority students, as well as create a 
stronger unity among minorities themselves. The 
name Wantu-Wanzuri means "beautiful people." 
A list of objectives serves as a guideline for 
activities which are sponsored and programs for 
freshman orientation, Black History Week and 
recruiting. 



Officers: Ann Abbott — Reporter; Blanche Jamison — Treasurer; Francis Ama Sebo - 
Vice-President; Vanessa Leak — President; Sherrell Murray — Secretary. 




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First Row — Darlene Jones. Maria Killian. KimCornwell, YvetteMcDougall. Blanche Jamison. Francis Ama Sebo, Beth Jackson. Second 
Row — Fredericka Anderson, Linda Hampton, Paula Wilson, Sherrell Murray, Vanessa Leak. Ann Abbot, Bernard Cheeks. 



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COMMERCE CLUB 

The Commerce Club is a club for Commerce Majors and 
Minors; this includes majors in business administration, 
accounting and economics. This year the club has spon- 
sored a $100 raffle dinner meeting with prominent busi- 
ness professionals. Also during the second semester the 
Commerce Club works with the CPP office in setting up 
business tours for the members of the club. 




Kim Alexander, Secretary; Jean Basham, President; Cal Carey, Treasurer; 
Kimberlie Kroh, Vice-President. 




Row 1 : Jean Basham, Kimberlie Kroh, Cal Carey, Kim Alexander. Row 2: Blanche Jamison, Lisa Sheppard. Julie Schweig, Lydia 
Campbell, Sherrell Murray, Roy Derting. Row 3: Lisa Queen, Kathleen Sugrue, Robin Wargo, Jill Ridenhour, Nikki Atkins, Tracey 
Lewis, Molly Long, Martin Huguley. Row 4: Howard Simmons, Marcie Webber, Rusty Jones, Melanie Kiser, Ed Hamlin, Carolyn 
Yoder, Jeff Strang. Lynn Shuping, Martin Brown, Allen Frantz. 



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SCIENCE CLUB 




The Science Club gives all students with an interest in 
the sciences an opportunity to explore interesting facets 
through guest speakers, field trips, and research projects 
on a statewide basis. This year, under the supervision of 
Dr. Michael Baranski, the officers are: Cindy Clark, David 
Fawcett, Fredericka Anderson, Libby Beach. 



Officers: Cindy Clark — President; David Fawcett — Vice-President; Libby 
Beach — Treasurer; Fredericka Anderson — Secretary 




Karen Wagoner, Cindy Clark, Skip Morgan, Bob Ridenhour, David Fawcett, Fredericka Anderson, Libby Beach 



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POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB 



The Political Science Club consists of students who 

are interested in this specific area of the sciences. 

There are three purposes for the club: 1 ) to 

encourage scholarship and academic achievement in 

the study of political science; 2) to develop a sense of 

group feeling among political science and public 

administration majors, and 3) to develop rapport 

between faculty and students. 




Andy Putzel. Shari Marshall. Bill Graham, Kim Vazzana. Bill Zolper, Dr. Kaniss, 
Glenn Weidner 




Officers: Andy Putzel — Treasurer and Bill Graham — President 



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SOCIAL WORK CLUB 




The social work club, a service organiza- 
tion, coordinates activities with area social 
agencies and nearby colleges through work- 
shops and seminars. With the recent accredi- 
tation of the social work department, 
members of the club are now eligible to join 
the national professional organization for so- 
cial workers — the NASW. Club advisors are 
Miss Sherry Free and Mr. Robert Hartsell. 



Rose Cox — Publicity Chairperson, Yvonne Nix - 
President, Teresa Kellam — Sec/Treas. 




(first row) Francis Cebo, Teresa Kellam. (second row) Amy Padgett, Cindy Hall, Jennifer Wilhelm, Sherry Free — advisor, (back 
row) Kenneth Sell — advisor, Yvonne Nix. Earl McMillan, Gma Hill, Rose Cox, Cynthia Kenlaw, Monica Meadows. 



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ALPHA CHI 




First row: Jill Fink, Patti Gray, Jackie Cross, Cathy Boone, Kim Vinoski, Lisa Queen, Julie Ramsuer. Second row: Ben Banks, 
Edwina Gray, Kimberlie Kroh, Julia Grimes. Cindy Clark, Brent Martin. Third row: Sandy Wilson, Janet Palacio, Rhonda Ritchie, 
Robin Ritchie, Allen Carrick, Elizabeth Weant, Artie Watson, Dr. Sell, Advisor. 



It is quite a privilege to be in- 
ducted into Catawba's highest 
honor society, Alpha Chi. For 
election to the society one must 
meet the following requirements: 
1 ) be a Junior with a GPA of 3.7 or 
higher, 2) be a Senior with a GPA 
of 3.5 or higher, and 3) be 
nominated and selected by the 
faculty. Alpha Chi brings 
speakers to campus annually in 
an attempt to enrich the scholarly 
life of Catawba's students and 
the college community. Alpha Chi 
members chose Brent Martin to 
serve as president for the 1982- 
1983 year, and advisors are Dr. 
Kenneth Sell, Dr. Bethany Sin- 
nott, and Dr. Michael Baranski. 




Officers: First row: Sandy Wilson, Vice-President: Cindy 
Clark, Tresurer. Second row: Elizabeth Weant, Secre- 
tary; Brent Martin, President. 



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PHI EPSILON 




First row: Alan Carrick, Paul Quinn, Cal Cary, Sandy Wilson, Edwin Rohrbaugh, Steve Turley, Dr. Sinnott, Second row: Julia Grimes, Chris Elkins. Ginger 
Stodard, Teresa Brady, Sandra Bennett, Cathy Boon, Bev Price, Julie Ramseur. Third row: Teresa Kellam. Linda Kesler, Kim Cropper, Elizabeth Weant, Jill 
Fink, Janet Palacio, Brent Martin 

One of two honor societies on campus, Phi Epsilon honors students who have shown 
outstanding scholastic achievement, character, leadership, and service to Catawba College. 
The honor society has 30 junior and senior students in its membership. The club was formed to 
unite the outstanding members of the student body as members of a single group whose 
purpose is to promote scholarly and cultural activities on campus. Officers of the club are: 
Sandy L. Wilson — President, Cal Cary — Vice-President, Alan Carrick — Secretary-Treasurer 
and Julia Grimes and Ginger Stodard — Social Chairmen. 



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PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 




First row: Robin Ritchie, Dave Parker, Ronda Ritchie, Stella Van Bergen, Tammy Chadwick, Second row: Derek Ramsey, Angie 
Hill, Kim Alexander, Janet Peeler, Ginger Stodard, Jean Brown, Ann Bobo, Dallas St. Mary, Dr. Roberts, Kimberly Vinoski, Laura 
Anderson, Howard Esquirol, Kim Charrot, Larry Campbell 

The Psychology Club is composed of psychology 

majors and other upperclassmen who may be 

interested in majoring in this field. Career people 

in psychology and related fields are invited to 

participate in the meetings thus widening the 

interest in vocational opportunities in the field. 




Officers: Ronda Ritchie — Secretary Treasurer; Ginger Stodard — Presi- 
dent; Dave Parker — Vice-President 



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PSI CHI 




Psi Chi is the national honor society in 
psychology. The purpose of Psi Chi is to 
honor outstanding students in psychology 
who have demonstrated superior academic 
performances and leadership in psychology, 
and to nurture interest in both personal and 
professional development. Many thanks to 
Dr. Maynard Rich for his time, support and 
encouragement as advisor to Psi Chi. 



Officers: Joe Crowther — Treasurer; Kim Vinoski — Vice-President; Dave Parker — President; 
Kim Alexander — Secretary 




Robin Ritchie. Joe Crowther, Ginger Stodard, Kim Vinoski, Dave Parker, Ronda Ritchie, Janet C. Peeler, Angie Hill, Larry Campbell, Kim 
Alexander. 



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STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 




First Row — Elaine Watt, Chris Elkins, Carol Joyce, Elizabeth Weant, Kim Mason, Lydia Campbell. Second Row — 
Ellen Gibson, Teresa Weddington, Emilia Johnson, Renae Jones. Third Row— Jill Fink, Elizabeth Hooks, Janet Palacio, 
Julie Cranford, Jackie Cross. 



The purpose of the Student Education Association 

(SEA) is to keep students informed about issues and 

trends in the field of education through meetings, 

guest speakers, and newsletters: SEA is affiliated 

with the Student National Education Association and 

the Student North Carolina Association of Educators 

(NCAE) which promotes cooperation between future 

teacher chapters and student education associations. 

Teresa Weddington is the president this year and Dr. 

Shirley Ritchie and Dr. Sophie Fischel are advisors. 




Officers: Kneeling — John Bolton — Treasurer; Teresa Weddington — President. 
Standing: Elizabeth Weant — First Vice-President; Renae Jones — Second Vice- 
President; Arlis Campbell — Secretary. 



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DAY STUDENT COUNCIL 




Sitting: Bob Ridenhour. Jim Carmichael, Steve Shuping. Standing: Dr. Jayme Kaniss, Ann Herndon, Anne Cooper, Anita Galliher. 

The Day Student Council's function is to attempt in every way 
possible, to enhance the campus life for the Day Students. This is 
accomplished through reacting to suggestions, resolutions, or 
complaints from the students themselves, and the initiation of inno- 
vative projects relating to the Day Student's interests. 



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STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



The Student Christian Association 

consists of students and faculty members of 

various races and creeds united by a 

common loyalty to Jesus Christ. In the 

fellowship of the Christian Church, they 

seek to understand the will of God through 

worship, study and action. Officers of the 

SCA are Laura Anderson and Lynn 

Shuping. 




OFFICERS: Laura Anderson and Lynn Shuping 




Kim Charrott, Lynn Shuping, Laura Anderson, Nikki Atkins, Sally Roberts 



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INTERCLUB COUNCIL 




The InterClub Council is the branch of the 
SGA which deals with student organizations. 
The council's main responsibility is the 
coordination and publication of activities of all 
clubs chartered through the SGA. The ICC is 
also in charge of the monthly campus 
calendar and reviewing club constitutions. 
Additional activities for the year included a 
shuttlebus to the Homecoming dance, fund 
raising seminars, and a Salvation Army 
canned food drive at Christmas. Events 
planned for the second semester are 
activities for May Day and Springfest. The 
ICC director is Lynn Shuping. 



Front row: Ginger Stodard, Laura Butterworth, Marsha Kirk, Kathy Boardman, Second row: 
Fredericka Anderson, Julie Ramseur, Jean Basham, Vanessa Leak, Lynn Shuping, Third row: 
Edwin Rohrbaugh, Glenn Weidner, Jim Bradley, Yvonne Nix 




Constitution Committee: Jim Bradley, Glenn Weidner, Laura Butterworth, Lynn Shuping 



Calendar Committee: Jean Basham, Lynn 
Shuping, Laura Butterworth 



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COLLEGE UNION BOARD 



The College Union Board is that organization 

which brings you, the student body, various 

activities and entertainment. The C.U.B. 

maintains a number of various student 

opportunities including dances, Tee Pee Lounge, 

movies, speakers, the Homecoming Dance, 

Springfest, and assist on the Inaugural Ball. This 

year Edwin Rohrbaugh served as the director 

with Mr. Hap Welty as the advisor, and a group of 

very dedicated co-workers. 




First row: Kim Cropper, Cathy Boon, Lauren Taylor, Marcie Webber, Wendi Nelson, 
Second row: Robbie Sheffield, Lois Wolf, Loretta Petkevis, Skip Morgan, Third row: 
Edwin Rohrbaugh, Chris Burgess, Martin Brown, Bill Swenson 





C.U.B. Advisor — Hap Welty 



C.U.B. Director — Edwin Rohrbaugh 



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Lois Wolf — Ideas and Issues 





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Kim Cropper — Tee Pee Business Manager 



Robbie Sheffield, Wendi Nelson, and Martin Brown — Dance Concert Commit- 
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Chris Burgess — Video Committee 



Lauren Taylor and Cathy Boon — Homecoming Committee 




Loretta Petkevis — Entertainment Chairperson — Tee Pee Lounge 



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Marcie Webber — Recreation Committee 





Skip Morgan — Publicity Committee 



Tee Pee Lounge 



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NCSL 



"Training leaders of tomorrow, while promoting innovation today." Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. 

The North Carolina Student Legislature (NCSL) is a congress of colleges and students joined 

together to promote awareness of the world around them. The NCSL serves two fundamental 

purposes. First, through actual participation in a model General Assembly, it provides students 

with a close-up, practical education in the political and legislative processes. Secondly, NCSL 

affords students a statewide forum for expressing their ideas and opinions on current issues to 

both state and national leaders. The NCSL is the oldest and most active student legislature in 

the country and more than 40% of NCSL's legislative ideas have been written into law. 




Kneeling: Bill Fink, Bill Swenson, Glenn Weidner, Second row: Dr. Kaniss, Paula Suttle, Ditte Hofmeester, Lynn Shuping, Anne McNeil, Third row: Paul Quinn, 
Dr. Hales, Terri Lombardo, Skip Kraft, Shari Marshall, Bill Graham 



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GOSPEL CHOIR 




Members: Beth Jackson, Sandra Cates, Jervetta Campbell, Gina Hill, Karen Cuffie, Teresa Kellam, Cynthia Kenlaw, Maria Killian, Elaine Dulin, Blanche 
Jamison, Fredericks Anderson, Bernard Cheeks, Carether Clark, Kim Cornwell. Shirlene Coward, Ann Edmond, Linda Hampton, Timothy Harris, Darlene 
Jones, Vanessa Leak, Anita McCray, Yvette McDougald. Sandra Parker, Larry Quick, Francis Sebo, Lisa Sheppard, William Smith, Walter James, Annette 
Timberlake, Lisa Wright, Dwanna Thomas, Paula Wilson, Terry Heggins 



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The Gospel Choir is an organization that 
promotes spiritual uplift through songs, 
praises, and fellowships. Membership is 
open to any student who has an interest and 
the ability to sing gospel music. 



Officers: Sandra Cates — Secretary: Blanche Jamison ■ 
tor: Annette Timberlake — Publicity Agent 



President; Walter James — Direc- 



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BAND 




Front row: Linda Jones, Linda Bowers, Kerry Scharf, Yvonne Nix, Anne McNeil, Second row: Dr. Meyer, Thomas Lovette, Brian Church, 
Maurice Scott 

The Catawba College band is really two 

organizations in one. The student members play in a 

pep band for nearly all home football games and 

basketball games. In their other role, the student 

members, along with several people from the 

community, make up the Catawba Civic Band, which 

performs twice a year in a Christmas and spring 

concert. 




Director: Dr. Douglas Meyer 



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CHOIR 




Director: Mr. Jeffrey Hal Jimison 



The Catawba choir, under the 

direction of Mr. Jimison, participates 

in many college and community 

events, such as campus chapel 

services and local concerts. 

Membership in this musical 

organization of obtained by audition. 




First row: Petal Strudwick, Lauren Taylor, Jervetta Campbell, Laura Wells, Anne Jones. Katherine Wells, 
Blanche Jamison, Marsha Kirk, Second row: Sandra Cates, Sherry Small, Holly Cocoron, Liz Hudson, 
Tracy Evrard, Stacey Ness, Lois Wolf, Christy Jackson, Third row: Larry Quick, Joe Barbee, Terry 
Heggins, Howard Esquirol, Ama Sebo, Walter James and James Smith. 



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ADMISSIONS ADVISORY COUNCIL 




Larry Brown, Patti Jeu De Vine, Al Frantz, Lori Kates, Bob Ridenhour, Jean Basham, Walt Lindsey, and Pam Foxx 

The Admissions Advisory Board is an organization that coordinates the activities of the Catawba College Tour Guides, 
under the direction of the admissions office. The organization also provides information for both present and prospective 
students. 

Bob Ridenhour is president. Meetings are held once a month with advisor Pam Foxx. 



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BLUE MASQUE 




Row two: Scott McCachren, Marsha Kirk, Kelly McKinley. Ken Wazalavek, Jeff Bruce, Row two: Robin Shue, Robert Votow. David Latham. Kathy Boardman, 
Linda Kesler, Ditte Hofmeester. Margaret Frauendorfer, Kevin Hardison. Rick Ketner. Petal Strudwick. Rachel Engler, Ed Ashurst. Row three: Nikki Atkins, 
Cindy Wright, Hank Copeland, Clark Current, Cheri Connelley. Jackie Steele. Joan Meehan. David Beach. Lauren Taylor. Simone Grant. Lisa London. 
Annette Timberlake. 

The Blue Masque is comprised of extremely tal- 
ented and hardworking theatrical individuals who 
are dedicated to theatrical and dramatic arts and 
activities. Working in cooperation with the drama 
department the Blue Masque produces at least 
four student directed full-length productions, vari- 
ous one-act plays and workshops during the aca- 
demic year. The purpose of the club is to promote 
interest in theatre and to encourage dramatic ac- 
tivity on campus and in the community. Advisor to 
the Blue Masque is Mr. T.D. Ringenberg. 




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Officers: Rachel Engler, Treasurer; Linda Kesler, President; Dean 
Meritt, Vice President; Joan Meehan. Secretary: Scott McCachren, 
Public Relations Director: Marsha Kirk. Historian. 



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Director: Linda Kesler 
Choreographic Musical 

Consultant: Jeff Bruce Director: Jeff Jimison 

Set Lighting 

Design: Robert Votaw Design: T.D. Ringenberg 

The Company 

Charlie Brown David Beach 

Lucy Lois Wolf 

Linus Tim Ross 

Patty Teresa Brady 

Schroeder Robert Votaw 

Snoopy Dewanna Thomas 



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Murder in the Cathedrae 



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Director Dayna A. Anderson 

Costume & Scenic Designer James Parker 

Lighting Designer Robert Weidner 

Technical Director Thomas D. Ringenberg 

Keyboard Vocals Jeff Jimison 

THE CAST 

Chorus (The Women Of Canterbury) Bonnie Caldwell, 

Maria Hernandez, 

Amelia McCachren, 

Kelly McKinley, 

J.M. Meehan 

Priests John Christie, Henry Brown, David Latham 

Messenger Rachel Engler 

Thomas Becket Scot McCachren 

Tempters I Knights 

Earthly Pleasures Kory Miller 

Temporal Power— Past John Clark Current 

Temporal Power — Future G. Edwin Ashurst, III 

Eternal Power J.C. Gloster 




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DEATHTRAP 

by IRA LEVIN 




Directed by REID LEONARD 

Sets and Costumes by JAMES PARKER 

Technical Direction by THOMAS 

RINGENBERG 

Lighting by BOB WEIDNER 



CAST 



Sidney Bruhl 
MyraBruhl 
Clifford Anderson 
HelgaTendorp 
Porter Milgrim 



Edwin Ashurst III 

Simone Grant 

Kory Miller 

Teresa Brady 

Jim Gloster 




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NO EXIT 



Jean-Paul Sartre 




Directed by Jim Gloster 

Set Design by Kevin Hardison 
Light Design by Bob Weidner & Jim Gloster 
Costume Coordination by Cheri Connelly 
Scenic Artistry by Jim Gloster 





THE CAST 


VALET 


Robbie Jordan 


GARCIN 


Kevin Hardison 


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Marilee Powell 


ESTELLE 


Lisa London 



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Fredericka 

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Lisa 

from 

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O' GREAT SPIRIT, 

Whose voice I hear in the winds, 

And whose breath gives life to all the world, 

hear me! I am small and weak, I need your 

strength and wisdom. 

Let me walk in beauty, and make my eyes 
ever behold the red and purple sunset. 

Make my hands respect the things you have 
made and my ears sharp to hear your voice. 

Make me wise so that I may understand the 
things you have taught my people. 

Let me learn the lessons you have hidden 
in every leaf and rock. 

I seek strength, not to be greater than my 
brother, but to fight my greatest enemy — myself. 

Make me always ready to come to you with clean 
hands and straight eyes. 

So when life fades, as the fading sunset, my 
spirit may come to you without shame. 



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PATRONS 



Mr. & Mrs. Allen L. Anderson 

ARA Food Service 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Bacon 

Mr. & Mrs. George E. Bauer, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Randolph K. Bennett 

Henry & Peggy Brintle 

Stan & Breta Caldwell 

Dr. C. Robert Carlton 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Carpenter 

George & Bonnie Church 

Sam E. Coates 

Mr. & Mrs. G. Clifton Connelly 

Mr. & Mrs. Jim Dehart 

Tom & Diane Ford 

Mr. & Mrs. Newton O. Fowler, Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Alfred S. Frantz 

Joseph P. Green 

Robert W. Green 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Clark Hamley 

Judge & Mrs. Major B. Harding 

Dr. & Mrs. David Hudson 

Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth Holtzapple 

Mr. & Mrs. David R. Hullender 

Cindy & Karen Jackson 

Sallie & Frank Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. John Kaniss 

Roslyn Kates 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kelly 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Kesler 

Robert Knott 

John & Aggie Kollar 

William B. Lichter 

Rev. & Mrs. J.W. Loy 

Neil & Sonja Mahnken 



James Mair 

C.N. Masten 

Dr. Frank A. Meyer 

Doug & Jane Moe 

Bobby K. Moore 

Dr. Martha H. Morehead 

Mr. & Mrs. Ted Nalesnik 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Nappi, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Rolf Nelson 

Mr. & Mrs. George Painter 

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Parker 

Mr. & Mrs. Vivcent A. Pepper 

Mrs. Pru Petrakis 

Pockets 

Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Poole 

Walt & Hilda Ramseur 

Raymond Ritchie 

Shirley P. Ritchie 

Dr. & Mrs. Rollin Russell 

Mr. & Mrs. F.L Scharf 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Schwartz 

Laraine Schweig 

Dr. &Mrs. E.W. St.Mary 

Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Thomas 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel C. Trader 

Mr. & Mrs. Frans Van Bergen 

Dr. & Mrs. Bernard B. Vinoski 

Mrs. D. Joan Wazlavek 

Mr. & Mrs. R.L. Waddell 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Wilson, Sr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Millard Wilson 

Mr. & Mrs. John H. Williamson 

Nancy Worley 

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Our second edition finished! Thank goodness! We've kicked ourselves a thousand times for accepting these editors 
positions again, but seeing our work in print somehow makes it all worthwhile. We've worked long and hard to produce what we 
feel is a book of memories to last a lifetime. It is our wish that you find your special remembrance within these pages also. 

We would like to thank our advisor. David Setzer and Tom Adams of Hunter Publishing for their expert advice. Arlis 
Campbell and Julia Grimes deserve special thanks for helping us with copy on our last deadline. Martin Brown. Chris Gardner, 
Kimberlie Kroh. and Janet Palacio were a tremendous asset to our staff. And last but not least, we would like to thank Howard 
Simmons. For your work we will be forever grateful. 

To the members of the Senior class, congratulations and good luck. We wish you success in your future endeavors. To the 
faculty and administration we say a big "thanks. "You have guided us and prepared us well to meet the world that awaits. And 
to the underclassmen we urge you to cherish your time at Catawba, for it will pass quickly. Ours surely did. Godspeed! 

Bev and Jill 








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